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Brewongle Environmental Education Centre
Education Details
Contact Name:  
Address:  587 Chapel Hill Road
 Sackville North NSW 2756
Phone:  +61-2-45791136
Fax:  +61-2-45791072
For enquiries, email:  brewongle-e.school@det.nsw.edu.au
Website Address:  http://www.brewongle-e.schools.nsw.edu.au/
 Level:  EEC
 School District:  Hawkesbury
 State Electorate:  Hawkesbury
 Education Type:  Environmental Education Centres
Brewongle Environmental Education Centre is located in Sackville North

Brewongle Environmental Education Centre





Brewongle EEC is located at Sackville North and is situated in a eucalypt forest with filtered views of the Hawkesbury River. The highlight of the centre is the original 1878 sandstone classroom where students are engaged in a real life and interactive look at Australia’s history.

Brewongle is a NSW Department of Education & Training facility that provides environmental education and field work opportunities for students, teachers and the community in Western Sydney.

Brewongle EEC provides quality, learner-centred, teaching and learning programs. These programs are tailored to suit your school needs, resulting in high student engagement. Students will experience a unique blend of environmental, historical and cultural programs that utilise the diverse attractions, quality facilities and natural habitats of the surrounding Hawkesbury region.

Brewongle EEC offers both day visits and overnight camps.



Primary school students can explore and study the unique environmental perspective and programs associated with any of the following:

  • Aboriginal Education
  • Bugs in the Bush
  • Bugs in the Water
  • Eco-Mystery Series (Stage 3)
  • History (The Way We Were)
  • Renewable Energy
  • Science and Technology
  • Water Quality Testing
  • School Environmental Audits – biodiversity, energy, water.


Senior students can study comprehensive programs at Brewongle. In conjunction with the classroom teacher we can plan specific field work experiences in any of the following areas:

  • Aboriginal Education
  • Agriculture (farm tours)
  • Geography (Stage 4-6)
  • History (Stage 4)
  • Science
    • Biology
    • Earth & Environmental Science
    • Ecosystems (Stage 4-5)
    • Electrical Energy (Stage 4-5)
    • Senior Science
  • School Environmental Audits – biodiversity, energy, water.

Taking students beyond the classroom to explore, experience and discover.



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