Bush Blitz TeachLive


Are you interested in taking part in a Bush Blitz TeachLive expedition, or would you like to nominate a teacher to participate? Click here to register your interest in this once in a lifetime experience.

The 2014 Bush Blitz TeachLive program saw five Primary and Secondary Teachers from across Australia join scientists in the field at the stunning Karunjie Station and Durack River Station in the Kimberley Region of Western Australia. The teachers assisted some of Australia's top scientists document plants and animals, and discover new species. To view the lesson plans they created and their daily diaries of their experiences click here.

In 2015 Bush Blitz TeachLive will be travelling to far north Queensland, where more teachers will take part in research for the good of the planet while sharing their experience with their students through this website. To register your interest for this amazing opportunity click on the link above!

For more information on Bush Blitz or TeachLive contact Bruce Paton on (03) 8102 1208 or at bpaton@earthwatch.org.au.