Charles Sturt University students walked a section of the Baranduda Ranges Regional Park with Parklands rangers on Wednesday 2 May 2018. The walk was a field trip providing information and inspiration for their studies in Interpretive Planning.
Students from CSU have undertaken similar interpretive planning projects at various regional parklands over the past decade. The ideas and suggestions from these University assignments have been utilized in the development of interpretive signage.
Baranduda Ranges Regional Park is home to a wide diversity of threatened species. Parklands look forward to fun ideas to share this knowledge in more interactive ways into the future.