Aboriginal and Māori education programs

Teachers – we’re here to make your job easier! Our curriculum-linked tours and school incursions are delivered by experienced Aboriginal and Māori educators who connect students to culture, history and heritage through engaging, ‘hands-on’ programs.

Education Programs available through Kotahi Tourism cover the key content areas of Aboriginal and Māori history, heritage and culture, sustainability and Māori migration. Tours and school incursions are supported with comprehensive teaching resources. Hāngi (traditional Māori catering) and Bush Tucker lunches or morning/afternoon tea are available as optional extras. Aboriginal and Māori cultural programs are available for early childhood, primary and secondary students, vacation care groups and Girl Guide/Scout groups.

Aboriginal incursions are run by award-winning Koori Kinnections. Koori Kinnections also run teacher workshops to assist early childhood, primary and secondary teachers embed Indigenous perspectives in the classroom.

Weaving workshop

Weaving workshop with Koori Kinnections – just one of many programs available through Kotahi Tourism.

Natural environment and local history education programs

CONJOLA TOURSConjola and Fishermans Paradise guided walks  - natural environment and local history tours for school groups are available at Lake Conjola Entrance and Fishermans Paradise, NSW South Coast. These curriculum-linked guided walks are run by experienced local educators.

Bookings and testimonials

Find out what teachers are saying about Kotahi Tourism education programs or follow the links below to see the full range of Kotahi Tourism’s engaging education programs.

Tours

Incursions

Please contact us for further information about education programs and teacher workshops, or call 0419 836 341.

Māori tour of The Rocks

Māori tour of The Rocks