Native Animal Specimens
Would your students know a chuditch from a quenda? (K - Yr 12)
Animal specimens kindly donated by Alcoa of Australia.
Turtle Beware Loan Kit
Turtle Beware! This loan kit contains a turtle mat and props. It provides young children with the opportunity to explore the features of the long necked turtle and the dangers it faces in the urban environment through play. (K - Yr 2)Loan Period 3 weeks. No cost
Turtle Watch School Accreditation
Canning River Regional Park Trail
Rivers of Emotion
Explore the deep emotional significance the Derbarl Yerrigan and Djarlgarro Beelier/Swan and Canning Rivers hold for historic and contemporary communities as a practical, pleasure and spiritual resource.
The Wood Railway by Rachel Dalais
The Story of the Mason and Bird Timber Company (Yr 3-6)
The Wood Railway tells the story of the development and demise of a pioneering timber company based in Carmel and Cannington in the 1860s. Jarrah timber, then known as ‘Swan River Mahogany’ was transported to Fremantle for export by utilising a precarious wooden railway and the Canning River.
Teacher Pack available for loan. Includes student text book and teacher’s notes.
Black Cockatoo Floor Board Game (Yr3-7)
Hotel Hollows is a floor board game for students that introduces students to the Black Cockatoo and reinforces the importance of tree hollows as vital breeding habitats for these WA endangered birds.
Sustainable Schools WA
Sustainable Schools WA is a whole-school planning framework for Education for Sustainability (EfS) that has been developed 'by schools, for schools' to support implementation of the Western Australian Curriculum.
Australian Association for Environmental Education Western Australia
Resouces for TurtleWatch and waste education are available at this website: http://www.aaeewa.org.au/index.html
Climate Watch in the Canning River Regional Park
ClimateWatch is a national citizen science program that enables every Australian to collect and record data to better understand how climate change is affecting our wildlife.
To find out more about ClimateWatching at the Canning River Regional Park, click here