We listen for whispers from deep space...... so you can make your own discoveries. As one of only three stations in NASA's Deep Space Network, our giant antenna dishes provide a two-way link to dozens of spacecraft exploring our Solar System and beyond.
Paradise Country’s Australian Curriculum based programs will see students immersed in an authentic experience that reflects traditional farm life and explores the history of Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture and its wildlife.
Visit Cockington Green on your next school excursions to the ACT - A display of miniature buildings & gardens from around the World. This spectacular display, which first opened in 1979, still continues to expand and evolve.
Calthorpes' House, School Excursions, Historical Tours, Canberra. Calthorpes' House is a window into an almost forgotten world. Built in 1927, it is a treasure trove of domestic history providing an insight into daily life in the new National Capital.
"Learn High in the Sky!"
Sydney Tower Eye is a perfect excursion destination for high achievers. All of Sydney is showcased with the best views in the city. Standing 350 metres above street level and offering 360 degree views, students get to experience all of Sydney, past and present, in one location.
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Educating Adventures are international school travel specialists. We help prepare tomorrow's global citizens through international educational travel experiences. Our team are young, friendly and professional.
The National Library of Australia is the 9th largest library in the world and the biggest information source in the world to learn about Australia, through more than 3 milllion books and 9 million newspapers, maps, handwritten manuscripts, pictures, Australian magazines, websites and oral history recordings.
Remember me - Be part of history on your next school excursion: download the Remember me app for your students to record the names and ages of the more than 60,000 Australian men and women who died in the First World War.
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