Farming for our Future Excursion Y3&4

Explore farming and learn about organic, local food.
Students looking at sunflowers at the Honey Lane urban farm at CERES





Full day 10am – 2pm $590 per group (max 25 students) +$10 booking fee


One adult: 20 students. Minimum of 2 staff per group

Discover where food comes from and see it being produced in real time on our urban farm. Learn about different types of farming and how organic, local food systems are good for the environment and people.

  • Discover what ‘urban farming’ means and how it can benefit the community and the environment
  • Explore and understand the different practical skills of organic gardening and farming practices
  • Identify the different processes needed to create compost and understand its role in regenerating soils
  • Gain the skills to create your own compost at home or school
  • Explore our global diet and identify the role of Indigenous knowledge and bushfoods can have on our food security into the future

“A fun and educational day. All the CERES teaching team members were very dynamic and engaging. The kids were really engaged in the wide range of interactive activities set in the beautiful surroundings and facilities of the environment park and farm.”
– Grade 4 Teacher

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