Whether you are a senior high school group or a more advanced university course, MBRS provides the perfect setting for a vast array of educational experiences capitalising on the unique marine and terrestrial environments, history and culture of North Stradbroke Island, Moreton Bay and the Pacific Ocean.
 

An image of students on a sand bank with a boat   An image of two students at Brown Lake   An image of a student with a small crayfish
 

Year 11 and 12 high school, and first and second year undergraduate groups may choose to administer their own curriculum or take advantage of the tailored learning programs provided by the station and other UQ staff through the MBRS Science Camps. Higher level undergraduate as well as post-graduate groups also use MBRS facilities as an integral part of their degree programs. All groups have access to teaching labs, lecture theatres, lab and field equipment, computers, library resources and boating services as well as the natural environment of North Stradbroke Island.