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Coleraine Campus Walking Trail

Talk a walk through Coleraine Campus Walking Trail.

We deliver a world class estate with a reputation for achieving ambitious campus sustainability targets and initiatives providing an exceptional campus experience for staff, students and visitors.

At a Glance

Environmental Sustainability Policy

Our Environmental Sustainability Policy includes our commitment to minimise impacts on biodiversity.

Woodland trail

We have opened a woodland trail on the Coleraine campus.

This biodiversity management process saw the creation of new forest paths linked to existing campus footpaths and offers short, medium and long routes ranging from 1.5 to 3k.

The trail is open and accessible to staff, students and the wider public, enabling them to discover the numerous horticultural highlights on the campus.

Other biodiversity maintenance processes involve the annual upkeep of 312 acres of landscaped and mature parkland, The Guy Wilson daffodil garden and the Millennium Arboretum.

Wellbeing Garden

Our Magee campus is flanked by mature trees, the campus urban woodland extends to 1.16 hectares providing a natural habitat for wildlife as well as being excellent filters for urban pollutants.

Magee campus is also home to a growing population of Red Squirrels following the introduction of feeding boxes as part of an Ulster Wildlife initiative is home to the Students' 'Union Wellbeing Garden.

Jordanstown Campus Parkland

Jordanstown campus is home to a range of mature trees with 481 trees of significance across the site identified and named.

The campus parkland provides a rich source of biodiversity and valuable green spaces for students, staff and visitors to relax and enjoy.  Our Belfast City campus includes roof gardens which provide an important biodiversity source within Belfast’s urban fabric.

Breathe Festival

Inspired by the summer solstice, the inaugural mini family-friendly Breathe Festival took place in June 2021 on the Coleraine campus.

This was a celebration of emerging from lockdown and included arts and craft workshops for children and adults, nature trails, dance, yoga and mindfulness.