15 Mile Creek Campus is situated in the North East of Victoria and is a part of the Residential Outdoor School Association (ROSA). Students come to 15 Mile Creek for up to five days and undertake numerous learning activities that have clear curriculum links, relevant to the groups program aims. 15 Mile Creek is situated near the Spring Creek, 15 Mile Creek and King River, which provides many opportunities within the local environment to conduct water based learning activities with students. The ‘Creek Walk’ is a learning activity that is becoming well known at 15 Mile Creek. During this learning activity students get in the creek and walk up stream. Whilst in the creek students undertake Water Watch testing, Ponding (Macro invertebrates), land management issues and hydrology. For secondary groups, White Water Rafting and Sledding on the King River is a favourite learning activity. Here student travel downstream amongst some spectacular scenery and stop along the way and learn about the land uses, land management issues, skill development, appreciation of the natural environment and hydrology.