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STEP INTO THE SHOES OF THE AUSTRALIAN LEGEND TOM KRUSE WHO DELIVERED THE MAIL AND SUPPLIES TO PEOPLE ALONG THE ROUGH BIRDSVILLE TRACK IN OUTBACK AUSTRALIA FROM 1936 TO 1963 DRIVING HIS FAITHFUL 1926 LEYLAND BADGER TRUCK.
The Botanic Gardens and State Herbarium of SA is teaming up with Bluearth Foundation to deliver a Movement, Mindfulness and Wellbeing workshop for SA teachers in the Adelaide Botanic Garden.
This workshop will be an interactive learning experience where participants will explore concepts of mindfulness through a series of movement based challenges and experiences.
Participants will also be taken through a guided tour of Adelaide Botanic Garden and learn about the various collections and educational offerings available for students and teachers throughout the year.
The Botanic Gardens of South Australia is teaming up with Bluearth Foundation, to host a Movement, Mindfulness and Wellbeing in the Garden event, to be held at Adelaide Botanic Garden on Thursday April 4.
Classes will be scheduled in to 2 different facilitated lessons:
Movement and Mindfulness – join staff from Bluearth Foundation, one of Australia’s leading organisations promoting active lifestyles and mindfulness amongst young people, for a guided
lesson of activity, exploration and discovery in the beautiful surrounds of Adelaide Botanic Garden.
Plants and Health – Botanic Gardens Education staff will lead students through an inquiry based learning experience that will explore the relationship between plants and health.
Classes from Reception to Year 7 are invited to register for Adelaide Botanic Garden’s 23rd World Environment Day event, aimed at raising awareness and educating young...
In this joint program between the Migration Museum and Ayers House, students will explore daily life for children in the 19th Century.
1. What was life like for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Peoples before the arrival of the Europeans?
2. Why did the Europeans settle in Australia?
3. What was the nature and consequence of contact between Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Peoples and early traders, explorers and settlers?