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- Teachers Resources
- New South Wales Organisations
- South Australian Organisations
- Victorian Organisations
- Western Australian Organisations
- Environmental References
Australian Greenhouse Office
Resources for Teachers and Students
Cooperative Research Centre for Weed Management
Educational Resources about the problems that weeds bring
NOVA - Science in the News
Up-to-date information from the Australian Academy of Science. Designed for secondary school teachers to use in class but also of interest to a wider audience
MYRiveR programs are currently involving schools in the Murray-Darling Basin, Sydney (Cooks River), Adelaide (Onkaparinga River), Melbourne (Yarra River) and Hobart (Derwent River).
Playground Planting Guide
Activities for students to investigate why plants are an essential part of the ecosystem
Pilot program in NSW & VIC now being implemented nationally
Teachers' Toolkit is mostly targeted at teachers of students aged 5-13 years of age although easily adapted to higher and lower levels. Includes free lesson plans.
The Australian Association for Environmental Education
The Australian Association for Environmental Education (AAEE) is the premier, national, professional association for those working in the fields of environment or sustainability education.
The Australian Native Plant Guide
The Australian Native Plant Guide, developed by Tim Langdon of EcoVoice and Dr. Peter Yau, is an interactive resource for the nature lover and gardening enthusiast. This program enables users to download factsheets about hundreds of Australian native plants as well as add new species or delete species that are not required for your personal database.
The Nature Detectives
Nature Detectives is an online resource provided by the Woodland Trust in the UK. It offers a wide range of free downloadable resources designed to educate students about the environment in a fun and visual way.
Centennial Parklands Education Precinct
Located in the heart of Centennial Park, this new multi-functional education precinct focuses on recycling, sustainable living, and education for the whole community. Enquiries: (02) 9339 6699.
DECC Resources for teachers, schools and community educators
NSW Department of Environment and Climate Change resources for teachers, schools and community educators
Foundation for National Parks & Wildlife (NSW-ACT)
Lesson Plans aimed at biodiversirty and threatened species education plus details of the "Golden Paw Award" artwork competition for primary schools.
Urban Forests Program SA
School communities in the Greater Adelaide area that are interested in creating bush gardens or adopting a local planting site can apply for funding through the SA Urban Forests - One Million Trees Program.
Australia's 15 National Biodiversity Hotspots
Map and summary of all 15 Australian National Biodiversity Hotspots (Department of the Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts web site).
Australia's Biodiversity and Climate Change
Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency web site
Biodiversity (Department of the Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts)
Information and resources on Australia's biodiversity.