Your students will join a Zoo Educator and set off on an exciting adventure from the Aussie bush, through a working farm environment, and into an urban backyard. They will discover how each place is unique and each has a special purpose. Students will identify how these places meet the needs of living things and why it is important that people take care of them.
This workshop is available at Taronga Zoo Sydney only and will be delivered at Backyard to Bush. See below for further information.
At the Zoo
|Taronga Zoo Sydney||Taronga Western Plains Zoo Dubbo|
|Wander through the Bush Trail and discuss the various uses Indigenous culture has for native plants. Meet our Lace Monitor, walk through the Wombat Burrows and explore our Farm Yard and the animals that call it home.||This workshop is not available at Taronga Western Plains Zoo Dubbo|
Early Stage 1
- STe-1WS-S observes, questions and collects data to communicate ideas
- STe-3LW-ST explores the characteristics, needs and uses of living things
- STe-2DP-T develops solutions to an identified need