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From Australia's unique animals to outer space adventures, find science and environmental resources for students in kindergarten and up here!
Foster your students understanding of Australia and the world with Australian Geographic's history resources.
Discover Australia, the world and it's people with Australian Geographic's geography resources.
Discover the rich culture of Australia's indigenous people here, with educational resources for students in kindergarten and up!
Curious about why sustainability is such a big issue or wondering what role you can play? You'll find the answers here, with Australian Geographic's sustainability resources.
Discover what Australia's neighbours and the rest of the world have to offer with Australian Geographic's educational resources.
Meet Laika, the first dog to fly into space and the very first living creature to be launched out of Earth’s atmosphere.