"The UQ course that I most enjoyed was Australia's Terrestrial Environment. It covered the unique flora and fauna found in Australia, with the added excitement of frequent animal visitors appearing in class...yes, even a crocodile! The outstanding feature of this course has to be the field trip to Fraser Island, a highlight of my year in Australia, and led by lecturers clearly passionate in their field of study. This is one course not to be missed!" Sophie Le Butt (United Kingdom)
Explore the incredible state of Queensland while studying at UQ!

UQ has many courses that include field trips to unique locations such as Queensland’s incredible Outback and Fraser Island, the world’s largest sand island and a World Heritage listed area.

Other locations include UQ's marine research stations in Moreton Bay off the coast of Brisbane and Heron Island on the Great Barrier Reef.  

 These are some of the courses that include field trips: 
UQ code Course name
MARS2005 Australia's Marine Environment
BIOL2001 Australia's Terrestrial Environment
BIOL3206 Australian Marine Vertebrates
BIOT3002 Drug Design and Development
ARCS2060 Archaeology Field School
ENVM2522 Carbon & Energy Management
ENVM3106 Field Excursion (Sustainable Development)
ENVM3211 Environmental Toxicology and Monitoring
ERTH1000 Planet Earth: The Big Picture
ERTH3212 Geology of Coral Reefs
ERTH3110 Marine Geology and Palaeoceanograhpy
BIOL3016 Outback Ecology Field Studies
GEOM2001 Geographical Information Systems