Mundoo Island Station has many interesting learning opportunities for school groups of all ages.
Issues regarding water quality, geology, native flora and fauna and endangered or threatened species can all be studied on Mundoo Island Station.
Southern pygmy perch, Murray hardyhead, Orange-bellied parrots, Australasian bittern and the Southern bell frog are species that are listed as endangered or critically endangered that have been recorded on Mundoo Island Station.
Of particular concern to the operation of Mundoo Island Station was the Millennium Drought from 2007 to 2010. A vast array of photographs are available for school groups to explore and assist with understanding the widespread damage to the environment and ecology as a result of the over-allocation of water from the Murray-Darling Basin.
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