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A female zoo worker and two young students crouching in long dry grass.
Australian Culture and Wildlife
Werribee Open Range Zoo | Year 5, Year 6
Explore Aboriginal culture and discover the diverse adaptations that help our Australian wildlife to survive.
Two secondary students holding plush toy gorillas and mobile phones while learning about the Calling On You campaign.
Gorillas, Geography and Us
Werribee Open Range Zoo | Year 5, Year 6
Take a trip deep into the heart of Africa to discover how our obsession with electronics affects the mighty gorilla.
African Wild Dog portrait. He is looking sternly at the camera.
Running a Zoo | Terms 1 and 2 2020
Werribee Open Range Zoo | Year 5, Year 6
Combine STEM with Business & Economics to unleash student innovation and creativity.
Future Zoo I Terms 3 and 4 2020
Werribee Open Range Zoo | Year 5, Year 6
Boost your Year 5-6 STEM curriculum by focusing on real-life STEM and economic scenarios.
Predator Prey (Year 5-6)
Werribee Open Range Zoo | Year 5, Year 6
Your students will discover the features that make African animals successful predators and able to avoid becoming prey.
A female education officer at Werribee Zoo talking to four students while they chew native grass Lomandra.
Grassland Ecosystem
Werribee Open Range Zoo | Year 7, Year 8
Expansive grassland once covered one third of Victoria. Now, less than 0.5% remains. Explore one of the last remaining vestiges of this critically endangered ecosystem and meet the unique creatures who call it home.
Two students looking at their Ipad while studying in a ranger hut.
Gorillas, Geography and Us
Werribee Open Range Zoo | Year 7, Year 8
Take a trip deep into the heart of Africa to discover how our obsession with electronics affects the mighty gorilla.
Eat or be Eaten
Werribee Open Range Zoo | Year 7, Year 8
In the wild it’s a case of eat, or be eaten. Animals are specially adapted to digest their favourite food and avoid being eaten themselves.
Kulinda the female cheetah looking just past the camera towards the left. She has her ears tilted back.
Running a Zoo | Terms 1 and 2 2020
Werribee Open Range Zoo | Year 7, Year 8
This program combines STEM with business and economics to unleash student innovation and creativity.
Future Zoo I Terms 3 and 4 2020
Werribee Open Range Zoo | Year 7, Year 8
This program combines STEM with business and economics to unleash student innovation and creativity.