Land for Wildlife

On our own 178-hectare campus, over the past ten years Frensham students have planted thousands of native trees, shrubs and grasses.

Frensham is highly committed to projects that help preserve and protect local bushland. Recently, the entire student community helped revegetate a section of the Mittagong Creek in Bowral, planting over 2,000 native trees.

A designated 'Land for Wildlife' area

Land for Wildlife

Working with the local council, Frensham is part of the Community Environment Network and the School’s grounds are a designated Land for Wildlife area.

As part of this commitment, we care for the natural habitat and native animals that also call Frensham home.

Enjoy a short video below featuring Phillip the donkey who was rescued as part of our program to rehabilitate orphaned animals.