A cautionary note: The downloadable Funstuff was made with Hypercard and Supercard thereby rendering them Macintosh only. PC users will enjoy the Activity Pages and online goodies, however.
A cute short story illustrated by the world's youngest web builder - Alex Balson. Great for kids up to 6 years old - see if you can help Max find his mum.
Includes a history of Australian Science and Technology as well as a very comprehensive bright SPARKS register of Australian
scientists! But the fabulous bibliography and biographical register of
Physics in Australia to 1945 is this sites outstanding feature.
Love their home page quote:
Great resource with a number of useful notes and links for teachers including: The School Library covering the eight key learning areas (the Arts, English, Health and Physical Education, LOTE, Mathematics, Science, Technology and Studies of Society and the Environment.
Very well presented site on Australian environmental issues with a very good selection of issues on Humans and the Environment.
Great site for those interested in deep space and space vehicles. This Canberra project tracked several space craft. Find out about visting Tidbinbilla, the history of the project and information about the deep space network.
Wow! What a great science site. Get to visit the Virtual Gallery
Includes several visions for education in Australia including: open learning initiatives (Open Net); the state and federal government departments joining forces on education and training through the Information Superhighway.
The 'who', 'what', 'when' and 'why' of the New South Wales Environment Protection Authority. .
Site dedicated to enabling people to increase control over, and to improve their health. Fast becoming an international homepage for Health Promotion. Check out their great Internet Health Directory.
The Australian Historical Home Page of the White Star Line three sister ships, RMS Olympic, RMS Titanic and HMHS Britannic.
A fabulous collection of hundreds of links - mainly Australian. Select webs by age group, museums, science, careers, hundreds of university links, libraries, and much much more.
A collection of recent articles from video and computer games columnists Meg A Byte and Lee Knight. Meg's columns appear in 53 papers throughout Australia and New Zealand. Lee Knight's column appears in the Brisbane Sunday Mail. Check out the great game graphics.
QSITE is a professional association of educators who use information technology for personal and professional purposes. This professional association aims to build and nurture a community of preschool primary, secondary, TAFE and tertiary teachers and educators who support curriculum or professional development actvities.
The content on this site is very comprehensive.
These Pages contain a wide range of climatic, drought, southern oscillation index and other material. QDPI Climatic Information Highway, Future rainfall probability maps. Check this out.
The Whale Information Network is primarily an information-sharing operation for whale related matters. WIN's aim is to assist and enhance the research, understanding, welfare and conservation of all of the 25 species of whales and dolphins found in southern Australian waters. Here you can also find information on whales through history, interesting whale facts, and watching guidelines. The site covers southern right whales and killer whales. It also has a good section on the South Australian Whale Centre.
Many more images will be added to this location so be sure to check it regularly. All images are copyright Michael Bath and Jimmy Deguara, and are for personal viewing only. If you require high quality images or original prints please contact Michael Bath.
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