New Geography for Australian Schools

ABOUT US....
Our Team and what we do!
These iBooks have been prepared and written by experienced and innovative teachers and staff who  wish to share their love and appreciation of the Earth, its structure, its living occupants and human & natural processes with the tomorrow's custodians.
  1. Monitoring koala behaviour in the bush
    Monitoring koala behaviour in the bush
    Using video to capture koala behaviour in a forest west of Brisbane.
  2. Outdoor lessons
    Outdoor lessons
    Field work is the best way to engage students about issues affecting the real world
  3. Testing water quality
    Testing water quality
    Testing water quality is a good way to assess human impact
  4. Coastal fieldwork
    Coastal fieldwork
    Learning about where land meets sea
  5. Gorges and stream erosion
    Gorges and stream erosion
    Students undertaking upper tract stream studies in the mountains
  6. Understanding the importance of indigenous culture
    Understanding the importance of indigenous culture
    Cultural displays at Darwin airport
  7. Seeking local wildlife
    Seeking local wildlife
    Spot the owl?
  8. Another day at the 'geography office'.
    Another day at the 'geography office'.
    Geofun team doing fieldwork reconnaissance
  9. Team inspecting rocky outcrop and falls
    Team inspecting rocky outcrop and falls
    Rocky outcrop and dry waterfall in the upper reaches of a stream.