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Thinking Systematically

Thinking Systematically aims to build STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) skills in young
learners with hands on, real-world situations at Phillip Island.
Program Highlights:

  • Teaching and learning resources included
  • Supported by Nature Parks’ Education Rangers
  • Linked to Victorian Curriculum outcomes
  • Free transport to and from Phillip Island included

Check out the full program here!



Antarctic Journey

Take a virtual journey into the wonderful world of the Southern Ocean and Antarctica and engage with the many interactive and immersive experiences in this exhibition, a joint venture between Phillip Island Nature Parks and WWF-Australia.

Comprising three levels, Phillip Island is showcased on the uppermost level, telling the fascinating success story of the conservation of the Summerland Peninsula and its penguin population. Next, descend into the area known as The Lab, to be entertained and educated through a range of interactive and informative experiences.The final level is one of complete immersion in what can only be described as a stunning and breathtaking, state of the art multimedia experience.

Check it out! 

Visiting with a school group? Download our Antartic Journey Quest to help your students follow along.



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Work Experience


Work experience places are now open for 2018. Check out available dates in the Student Hub. Hurry, places are filling fast!



New Teaching and Learning Resources


From storybooks for early years to primary data sets for VCE and tertiary students, we have a wide variety of teaching and learning resources available. With new VCE requirements coming through we're aiming to provide the best resources for use in your classrooms. After something specific? Drop us an email at and we'll see what we can do!



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