Below are a some useful sites with information that you can download and use...
On this site are the names & details of the 3219 soldiers buried in 26 cemeteries at Gallipoli plus 6393 who are listed on Memorials.
This is a great site for the ANZAC story. Includes stories like Simpson's Donkey, Soldiers and the Unknown Soldier. Audio poems also avaliable Attack and In Flanders Field. Animation poem for The Fallen.
AUSTRALIAN BUREAU OF STATISTICS: http://www.abs.gov.au
A great site for Society & Environment. Check out how many people live in your area! In this site information on the value of the Australian dollar, the unemployment rate, building approval, the growth of the Australian economy and a lot of other valuable statistics can be found.
AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL PARKS: http://australiannationalparks.com.
A comprehensive guide to Australia's Greatest Natural Resource. Australia has 11 World Heritage properties, totalling 42.6 million ha. Each contains outstanding universal values. Most are also designated as national parks.
BUREAU OF METEOROLOGY: http://www.bom.gov.au
A great site for Society & Environment. Check out rainfall, temperature, cyclone information and tsunami warnings. There is also information on good surfing! There is information about climate change and El Nino/ La Nina effect on the climate.
Cosmos is a popular Australian science magazine. It has been described as a magazine of ideas, science, society and the future. The on-line edition allows you to access Cosmos and archives.
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DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENT AND CONSERVATION: http://www.calm.wa.gov.au
A great site for Conservation & National Parks. There are daily updates on environmental issues and media releases. There are links to other related sites.
DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENT AND CONSERVATION: http://www.dec.gov.au
A great site for Society & Environment. Information avaliable on biodiversity, climate change, wetlands, pollution prevention, marine conservation and many other important issues.
A great site for Environmental Research. ECOS is Australia's longest running environmental research magazine. The online edition extends back to the first issue published in 1974.
ENCYCLOPEDIA BRITANICA: Can be accessed at home through membership to your local library
Information may be useful when students are looking for extra help or homework support.
NATIONAL LIBRARY OF AUSTRALIA: http://www.nla.gov.au
Fantastic for Society & Environment. Links to all State and Territory Library sites. Access to digital collection of more than 160,000 items including pictures, maps, books and journals.
NINE PLANETS: http://www.nineplanets.org
Information on the inner solar system. Each page has its own text and images, some have sounds and movies.
REFERENCE GENERATOR : http://www.harvardreferencegenerator.com/
STATESMANS YEAR BOOK: http://www.statesmansyearbook.com/
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This site has reliable information on every country of the world. Feature articles includes:
► chronologies of major events
► archival information since 1864
STUDY VIBE: www.studyvibe.com.au
Studyvibe is a website that is designed to help students learn how to study. This site offers study tips and resources for primary to high school students
WESTERN FISHERIES: http://www.fish.wa.gov.au
A new website with information on recreational & commercial fishing, pearling & aquaculture, research, environment and integrated fisheries management.
WORLD BOOK ONLINE: http://www.worldbookonline.com
The World Book web site offers an encyclopedia, dictionary, atlas, homework help, study aids, and curriculum guides. World Book is publisher of the World Book Encyclopedia.