Exploring Charles Darwin’s discovery of Australia’s diverse Biota
This full day program supports Module 3: Biological Diversity in the new 2018 NSW Biology syllabus and is held at various locations around New South Wales.
This program has been developed by the Australian Museum, the Royal Botanic Gardens & Domain Trust and Taronga Zoo. Students will examine fossils, specimens, live animals and plants to understand biological diversity by explaining the relationships between a range of organisms in terms of specialisation for selected habitats and evolution of species.
Dates for 2018
(North Coast Regional Botanic Garden)
(Taronga Western Plains Zoo)
|Campbelltown (Mount Annan)
(Australian Botanic Garden, Mount Annan)
|Blue Mountains (Mount Tomah)
(Blue Mountains Botanic Garden, Mount Tomah)
(Australian Museum and the Royal Botanic Garden Sydney)
30 July-3 August
Bookings are now open!
Bookings can be made through the Australian Museum. Phone 02 9320 6222 or email Group.Bookings@austmus.gov.au.
Click the below button to be taken across to the Australian Museum website for more information.