Here at Eco Explorers, we are passionate and care about environmental issues, reconciliation for First Peoples, and community issues affecting families and young children. Our team of facilitators come from various backgrounds and are environmentalists and conservationists, teachers, early childhood educators, artists, mental health & community support workers, and much more.

We care about the environment and this is evident in our programs that deeply embed sustainability, environmental education, and First Peoples cultural awareness.

To be able to give back is just as important to our business, and we have been doing this for many years.

Here are some of the projects, fundraising, and charities we have supported over the years.

The Victorian Aboriginal Child Care Agency (VACCA) is a state-wide Aboriginal Community Controlled Organisation (ACCO) servicing children, young people, families, and community members. 

Each year our families and playgroups participate in the Morning Tea for Culture to raise much needed funds. In 2022 and 2023 we raised over $2,000!

Clean Up Australia is the first Sunday in March every year and inspires and empowers communities to clean up, fix up and conserve our environment.

Eco Explorers families and staff have been cleaning up our parks and reserves since we were founded in 2016.

Womin Djeka Festival is an event where the community can gather to share, begin conversations and walk with First Peoples.

Eco Explorers Forest School kids built nesting and habitat boxes for displaced wildlife after the Gippsland fires in 2020

Bush Heritage Australia is a not-for-profit conservation organisation that protects ecosystems and wildlife using the best science, conservation and knowledge to deliver landscape-scale impact.

They are on the ground, working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and the agricultural sector to make sure our impact is deep, sustainable and collaborative.