Australian Animal Adventures

Australian Animal Adventures explores the diversity of animals that lives in your local area. Look for the clues that are left behind to discover more about these amazing animals. Students will look at local animals and find out what they can do to protect them.

Australian Animal Adventures Program content:

In this program students will:

  • Have a presentation on different groups of Australian animals
  • Look at some of the clues that animals leave behind
  • Explore animal adaptations
  • Learn about different animal life cycles
  • Live invertebrates
Different animals eggs, features and furs
Different animals eggs, features and furs featured in the Australian Animals Adventure programs
  • Classification: Living Things – Vertebrates and Invertebrates, Arthropods and Arachnids
  • Identification: Common groups of Invertebrates, Habitats and Comparing features
  • Hands on investigation: Field works practices, Applying geographical tools and Observation
  • Sustainability: Protecting habitats and Saving species

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Education Resources

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NSW Curriculum Links

Science and Technology K – 6


Students develop and apply skills in:

  • scientific inquiry through the process of working scientifically
  • design and production processes in the development of solutions

Knowledge and understanding

Students develop knowledge and understanding of:

  • the natural world including living things and Earth
  • the built environment
  • how digital technologies represent data

Human Society and its Environment HSIE


  • develop knowledge and understanding of the features and characteristics of places and environments across a range of scales
  • develop knowledge and understanding of interactions between people, places and environments


  • apply geographical tools for geographical inquiry
  • develop skills to acquire, process and communicate geographical information

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