Sixteen Australians take part in a reality TV show about life on Oxley Downs, a sheep station built to look and work like an 1860s station. Discover how a colonial squatter's children did their schoolwork. Use the 'Things to think about' section as you watch.
Students take a journey through the Asian Rainforest and discover the incredible diversity of life that is found there. Identify the animal adaptations and interactions required to survive in this unique environment.
Students explore the many unique and well-adapted Australian animals that call the bush their home. Learn how humans and other factors have affected each animal and how scientific discoveries are helping to ensure their long-term survival.
The south-west of Western Australia is a biodiversity hotspot which needs our protection. Students solve conservation challenges to discover the interconnectedness of nature, and how small actions can have big impacts.
This resource contains a materials and instruction list and brief explanation for students about the process of making spooky slime with cornflour to produce a substance that is a little like a liquid and a little like a solid.