Wetlands Environmental Education Centre is a Department of Education school located at the Hunter Wetlands Centre and is part of an internationally significant Ramsar site within the Hunter Estuary.
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BOOK NOW for 2018

Important Dates 2018 – Book NOW! Book your fieldwork excursion now to get the date you want! We provide professional, educational programs delivered by DoE teachers. The Wetlands and Awabakal Environmental Education Centres are... Read more

Hunter Schools Environmental Network Meeting

What a great first year for the Hunter Schools Environment Network! The Hunter Schools Environmental Network, HSEN, assists teachers and support staff to meet and share ideas on sustainability. Meetings are held once a term at... Read more

Wet & Wild

Wet & Wild is a research challenge for Stage 3 students, which integrates technology, research skills, Geography and Science. Students are challenged to find the names of 12 organisms using mixed sets of clues over four weeks.... Read more

Check out our New ClassMovie

Our new class movie is a bit flash! 'Energy: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow' is about our brand new Stage 3 Science program that uses lots of cool hands on learning. Check out the link. Energy: Y, T and T. 'Investigating the... Read more

Stage 6 Science Fieldwork Programs 2018- Information Session

STAGE 6 SCIENCE FIELDWORK PROGRAMS 2018 Information Session Wednesday 29th November 2017 4-5pm Wetlands Environmental Education Centre Sandgate Road, Shortland Join us to hear about the Stage 6 Science fieldwork programs being... Read more


EcoNews is an electronic newsletter published by the WEEC at the commencement of each term. It contains information on programs at both the Wetlands and Awabakal Environmental Education Centres, special programs available for the... Read more