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Sunday Creek Environmental Education Centre

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Where is the Sunday Creek Environmental Education Centre?

Sunday Creek Environmental Education Centre (SCEEC) is situated on a special lease in the Jimna State Forest 792, approximately 45 km north of Kilcoy and 30 km west of Kenilworth.

The centre is surrounded by open forests but is in close proximity to wet sclerophyll forests and rainforests. It has been the centre for extensive gold mining in the past and relics of this era abound. The main activity in recent years has been the forest industry where regular harvesting has been carried out.

What does the Sunday Creek Environmental Education Centre provide?

The SCEEC offers visiting groups:

Facilities

Sunday Creek implements sustainable systems to operate. Solar electricity provides the power and rainwater is harvested and filtered for drinking and showering. Our ablutions building uses gas to heat water for showers and contains 'Clivus Multrum' self composting toilets, the by product of which is nutrient rich, safe compost and is used on the extensive native gardens throughout the centre. Sunday Creek has a variety of indoor and outdoor areas for teaching and learning. Modern kitchen facilities and an upgraded solar energy system have been recent additions to the centre.

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