Education programs at Myuna Farm | City of Casey
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Education programs at Myuna Farm

We have education programs catered for all students, from preschool to tertiary. All relevant programs are built on practical activities aligned with the Victorian and Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority (ACARA).

Preparing for your visit

If you're attending the farm for an education program, find out some handy tips to get the most out of your visit.

During your visit

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After your visit and payment

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Foundation to Grade 2: Living things on the farm

This program provides students with more information on what life is like on a farm, where their food comes from and education on a range of farm animals and their basic needs to live. They will also get plenty of time to cuddle and play with all our farm animals.

Grade 3 to 4: Education for sustainability

This program introduces students to the idea of sustainable environment and how they can contribute to it. It was developed in conjunction with a students from a local primary school, with funding provided from Sustainability Victoria.

Myuna Farm train

Participate in up close farm animal experiences with structured activities for primary school aged students. Keep your group entertained with a 4 hour farm visit during the school holidays.

Year 7 - 12: Sustainability and food production

This program is designed to educate students on how food production can impact on the environment and investigate what can be done to maintain a sustainable environment.

Year 7 - Tertiary: Animal husbandry

This is a practical and informative program that gives students hands-on interactions with a wide range of animals.

Year 7 - Tertiary: Environment tour

This program gives students an understanding of the farm's journey towards becoming environmentally sustainable. They will learn about a variety of environmentally friendly features at the farm, including recycling systems, renewable energy and community gardens.