The Education program provides a number of excellent teaching resources and activities under the following themes:
Plants and animals
Explore important, endangered and threatened species, their habitats, life cycles and how to help protect them both now and into the future. Resources include both classroom and hands-on outdoor activities.
Explore soil layers and the composition of soils with these simple activities. Suited and adaptable to all year levels, they are a great introduction to the world of soils.
Help students learn about our most precious natural resource. Investigate water quality and discover the effects of pollution, environmental changes and humans on our waterways.
Learn about the fascinating world of sustainable farming specific to our region. Download resources to help teach students about where our food comes from and how its produced.
From local waterbugs to pollinators and pests, invertebrates occur throughout all the habitats in our region. You can learn about them while helping us find out which insects are living in the Murraylands and Riverland.