Explore the geological history of one of Ballarat’s oldest volcanoes and discover changes over time.

The Earth formed over 4.5 billion years ago, and it has been changing ever since!

The Mount Buninyong Walking Tour invites students to step onto a local site to discover changes that have occured due to geological, physical and human impact over time. Discover some local flora and fauna whilst ascending to the top of this extinct volcanic mountain.

 

Please note: this program is available to local Ballarat region schools only

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Due to the nature of this program, at this stage we are unable to offer it as outreach. The session is conducted on Mount Buninyong.

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