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Adventure + Learning

Online and on ground programs

We love science and environmental education so much that we share it with classrooms everywhere... like you’ve never experienced it before. Students engage with researchers and adventurers through Australian Curriculum aligned online lessons. Some will even end up on the ground in Fiji, the Bass Strait islands and flying over Antarctica. If you’re looking for adventure learning, welcome home.

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Trek to Everest 2015

Students Aim High

Follow the Himalayan adventures of a team of Tasmanian students as they explore the highs and lows of a challenging 15 day trek in Nepal. Trekking through the Gokyo Valley the expedition will be surrounded by some of the highest mountains in the world, including the captain of them all, Mt Everest.

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Search for the Shy Albatross

K-6 students, we need your help

This year, our task is to help researchers find out more about the shy albatross. We’ll combine a month long expedition to explore the wild western Bass Strait islands by sea kayak with a student science project that you can contribute to directly. The expedition is live from the 17th August to the 12th September with experts online to answer your questions, lessons to complete and science to undertake.

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Live Report (REVISIT) > Shy Albatross Watch... Do it NOW >

Fiji Power

Electrifying Year 9 students

Can you design a renewable energy system to keep the power going at a medical centre in the highlands of Fiji? We need it to be reliable because it keeps vaccinations cold, and vaccinations save lives. If you’re a Year 9 student, complete the online assignment and you might be in the team that hit the ground to install the system in October. We have 4 places for students to work with engineers and builders to make it happen.

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Antarctic Experience

Icy careers in the spotlight

Teachers and upper high school students are invited to join us for the 2016 Antarctic Experience. The six day program, in partnership with the Australian Antarctic Division, Institute of Marine and Antarctic Studies, ACE-CRC and the CSIRO, will take students behind the scenes to meet the researchers, and then into the sky to fly over Antarctica itself.

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Expedition Evolution

Year 10 students apply for adventure

Evolution through natural selection is more than a topic in the Australian Curriculum. If you’re a Year 10 student it could be your ticket to join the Search for the Shy Albatross expedition for one special week of exploration and science on a Bass Strait Island. Complete our deviously challenging assignment to see if you can book one of the 8 spots at base camp.

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Sixteen Legs: Cave Art 2015

Caves, spiders and art...

Our cave education program will take you into the darkness to explore the places and creatures beneath our feet. If you are between 14-17 years old you can win a place on the Antarctic Experience program by creating and submitting your Cave ART.

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Submarine Volcano Voyage

Join and follow the scientific expedition to Map, Evaluate and Sample Havre (M.E.S.H). Havre is an enormous submarine volcano that erupted in 2012 and is set to reveal some secrets from the deep ocean. The expedition is LIVE from 27th March to 17th April.

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Past Expeditions

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