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Ethics, Zoos and You: Research Method
Melbourne Zoo | VCE
Investigate how Zoos Victoria employs VCE Psychology key science skills to optimise the welfare of captive animals and complete a scientific investigation into captive animal research methods.
Two students looking at a female education officer who is animately explaining something with her hands.
SustainABILITY
Melbourne Zoo | VCAL
By taking part in SustainABILITY, students get a behind-the-scenes look at what Melbourne Zoo is doing to be at the forefront of sustainability. Students can then use their insights to explore opportunities for their school and home.
Young girl in a eucalyptus tree.
Nature's Calling
Werribee Open Range Zoo | Early Childhood
Nature’s Calling on all the senses to explore, play and learn about wildlife and the natural environment. What will you discover?
Climate Watch (Self-Guided)
Werribee Open Range Zoo | Foundation – Year 2, Year 3 & Year 4, Year 5 & Year 6, Year 7 & Year 8, Year 9 & Year 10, VCE
Calling on citizen scientists of all ages. Help us reduce the threats facing wildlife through climate change.
A young boy in a maroon school uniform is holding some long sticks leaning on a rock.
Habitat Heroes
Werribee Open Range Zoo | Foundation – Year 2
Children are immersed in a habitat shared with animals and are encouraged to explore using their senses to uncover how living things grow, change and survive in nature.
Two students in yellow uniforms come face to face with a vervet monkey.
Open Access Excursions (Self-Guided)
Werribee Open Range Zoo | Foundation – Year 2, Year 3 & Year 4, Year 5 & Year 6, Year 7 & Year 8, Year 9 & Year 10, VCE
Auslan and/or captioned content to help deaf and hard-of-hearing students get the most out of their zoo experience.
Two laughing students sitting on orange seats on the safari bus at Werribee Open Range Zoo.
Predator Prey
Werribee Open Range Zoo | Year 3 & Year 4
It’s survival of the fittest in the grasslands of Africa. Take a trip to the African savannah, engage in hands-on activities and discover the features African predators need to hunt successfully and the adaptations prey have developed to give them a fighting chance.
Two primary students being shown some long grass that a person is holding.
Australian Culture and Wildlife
Werribee Open Range Zoo | Year 3 & Year 4
Explore Aboriginal culture and discover the diverse adaptations that help our Australian wildlife to survive.
Exclusive Safari Teacher
Werribee Open Range Zoo | Year 3 & Year 4, Year 5 & Year 6, Year 7 & Year 8, Year 9 & Year 10
Board the Safari bus with our expert Zoo-based educator answering your students’ questions…
Koala sitting a a branch gazing towards the camera with its back partially covered in eucalyptus leaves.
Australian Trail Tour: English as an additional Language
Werribee Open Range Zoo | Year 3 & Year 4, Year 5 & Year 6, Year 7 & Year 8, Year 9 & Year 10, VCE
Designed to support students with English as an additional language to learn about Australian wildlife.