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STEM: Cairns

Tropical Far North Queensland is the only place in the world where two natural World Heritage sites collide — the Great Barrier Reef and the Daintree Rainforest, creating a unique opportunity for students to delve into areas of ecology, sustainability and conservation.

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STEM: Tasmania

Combining agriculture, aquaculture and sustainability, this tour provides an insight into some of the unique learning areas available to students in Tasmania. Exploring a variety of agriculture and aquaculture, students uncover the remarkable diversity of vegetation across the state, before delving into renewable energy, hydropower generation, and marine debris and microplastics.

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Australia: STEM

WorldStrides STEM tours engage students from go to whoa! From Astronomy and Digital Technology to Biology and Sustainability, our tours introduce primary school students to the exciting world of STEM and inspire secondary students to take on more challenging STEM subjects and open their minds to the possibility of a career in these fields.

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STEM: Canberra

An intensive STEM program, designed to deliver an in-depth exploration of Earth & Environmental Science, Biology and Sustainability for secondary school students. Maximising hands-on experiences to provide robust educational outcomes for students.

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STEM: Canberra

A comprehensive 3-day STEM tour designed to deliver maximum educational value for secondary school students, and drive engagement in areas of astronomy, digital technology, engineering & mathematics.

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STEM: Canberra

A mixture of Civics and Citizenship, Australian History and STEM learning experiences, students will not only reflect on Australia’s history, democracy, culture and heritage but also learn about the exciting role that Australia plays in space exploration and delve into key STEM principles through immersive educational programs.

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