An adult group from the Karingal Adventure Based Learning Experiences (KABLE) program took part in a coastal walk and planting in the dunes of Point Roadknight recently.
The group of five were participating in the Great Ocean Road Coast Committee (GORCC) Environmental Education Program led by GORCC Conservation Officer Georgina Beale.
KABLE Coordinator Sarah Quick-Scarlett said the activities were a good opportunity for the group to network and to participate in new activities.
“It was a good opportunity for the adults to get out into the community and help the environment and they all wanted to do it again.
“Some of the them thoroughly enjoyed tree-planting and the program helped to build their skills,” she said.
The program currently offers activities for schools and groups and offers participants hands-on activities to make a difference to their environment as well as an opportunity to delve into a range of important environmental and conservation based topics.
For more information on getting involved visit GORRC’s Environmental Education Program page.