Do you love to explore? Are you excited by science? Do you like animals? If you'd like to learn more about our little buddies who live in the bush, you've come to the right place!
Bush Buddies Activity Pack Volume 3 (5mb PDF)
If you have nature questions for our team of ecologists and other experts, send them to [email protected] or better still, make a video question and tag us on one of our social media channels. We have answers!
Sylvie has asked about lizards and camouflage.
Do you know how some of our Aussie animals behave? Dressing up is lots of fun and it really gets you thinking. What are some things these animals can do that people can't? Print off and cut out face masks of an ant eating Numbat, cheeky Fairywren or sleepy Koala.
It's not just animals that are territorial – kids can be too! Choose the first letter of your name, then download and print off the matching animal room sign. Mark your name on it and hang on your bedroom door to let everyone know who the room belongs to.
The world needs more Golden-shouldered Parrots - only between 700 and 1,100 of these beautiful turquoise and green birds remain in the wild on Cape peninsula in far north Queensland. Make your own unreal origami parrots with these simple instructions. Simply print and fold!
Talented volunteers have created colouring sheets of native animals that live on our different reserves. Discover which creatures live in different parts of Australia and use our species spotlight pages to discover their colours and markings (or give them all spectacular new colours).
When you're using a computer it's nice to be reminded of the beauty of nature and the Australian bush. Download free background wallpapers of our conservation reserves around Australia. Have them rotate on you device for a surprise tour each time you log on.
Planning is important and kids' love structure. Download and print off this weekly planner (10mb) to shape the days ahead.