St. Bees Island

An exposition to learn about the climate change

St. Bees Island

Tuesday, May 3rd, 7:30am to Friday, May 13th, 10am

St Bees Island, Queensland, Australia

Saint Bees Island, QLD

The plane from Atlanta left at 10:50 a.m. and we stopped in Los Angles at 12:40 a.m. then got on another flight that would take us to Brisbane at 11:50 p.m. Once we arrived at Brisbane we toke another plane to Mackay at 8:40 a.m. After we arrived in Mackay we soon took another small that got us to St. Bees Island at around 2 p.m.


We arrived to our campsite on May 3 and will start our activities the next day. On day two of our exposition we took the time to explore the island. The next day we went koala searching to try to find koalas on the island and learn more about the creatures. On day four of our trip we went scuba diving to understand how marine animals are surviving this climate change. Day five we went hiking up a mountain to see if we could learn more about the island. We went plant finding on only day six of the exposition and recored all that we learn about the plants. On day seven we walked the marsh and the coast. Day eight we went watched the birds fly over our heads and looked for reptiles. On day nine of the exposition we preformed more climate experiments. On day ten we went looking for wallabies and took as many pictures as we could of these animals. Our last day was the departure day when we left the island.