Web-based information on Australian explorers. Although Australian coasts were charted in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries and the first permanent European settlement established in New South Wales in 1788, exploration of the interior of the continent was entirely a nineteenth century phenomenon. During the 1800s a great number of intrepid (and sometimes foolhardy) adventurers, prospectors, surveyors and naturalists crisscrossed the continent in all directions, more than a few of them losing their lives along the way.
Resources for students and Educators on Australian History, Indigenous History, Studies of Society and Environment and Information Technology. OzEdWeb provides complete lesson plans and classroom resources, including power point slide shows, assessment instruments and supporting proforma.
For all students and families enquiring about your educational needs,The National Education Directory of Australia, helps you find the right Schools, Universities, Tafe, Colleges, and further educational outlet for your needs right across Australia.
These pages are designed to provide a repository for information based around and including the subject of virology. (Including areas such as immunology, haematology, diagnostics, histopathology, pathology and even some rudimentary anatomy and physiology).
Non-commercial educational site covering Aboriginal art, growing Australian plants, geology of the Kimberley, birds of Australia, travel around Australia, and much more with maps, photos, music, and slide shows.
The Australian Society of Soil Science Incorporated (ASSSI)consists of professional soil scientists, experts in all aspects of soil work and research. The site contains society news, excerpts from the newsletter and information on events such as conferences and training workshops.
Water Matters for Planet Water. All about water - its chemical and physical properties, support for life. Australia's Water Resources: Management, Use and Conservation. Water Quality Guidelines - Online. Links, tools, quotes and more on water. Australian Water News and Information.
ScienceNetwork WA is a independent and reliable source of information about Western Australian science capabilities. Developed by our science centre, Scitech, in a successful partnership with the State Government's Office of Science and Innovation, ScienceNetwork WA contains breaking news from industry, educational and research institutions; a database of upcoming events; profiles of leading scientists, key scientific organisations, and top industry bodies; and links to many resources.