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Experience Aboriginal culture through hunting and gathering, traditional singing, dancing and face painting.
Hunt for evidence of native animals and learn about some of their unique features.
Investigating local animals and places.
Get up close to some of our unique native animals and learn about their special adaptations to our harsh climate.
Learn about totems and how they were important for the survival of species
Enjoy a self guided walk through the forest.
Experience the forest in darkness.
Explore seasonal native bush foods.
How is science monitoring our native animals? Can we bring them ‘back from the brink’?
Bushfires are a natural part of life in WA. How can we live with them so our communities are safe and the environment is protected?
Role play a day in the life of a traditional Aboriginal person through language, ceremony, hunting and fishing.
Students explore river food chains and consider the dolphin’s role in the ecosystem and assess if the river is a healthy environment for dolphins.
Students are introduced to the Western Shield program and will explore the features of our native fauna and examine why they are under threat.
Students learn when, where and why bushfires occur and the impact they have on our native plants, animals and human communities.
Junior Dolphin Watch gives young people an opportunity to be involved in citizen science by monitoring dolphins in Western Australia.
How lucky are we to have dolphins that call our river home!? Learn all about these dolphins, how to identify them by name and recognise behaviours.
Use your super senses to investigate the forest!
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