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Bush Blitz TeachLive - past expeditions


Bush Blitz TeachLive 2021

Stony Head, Tasmania

Between Thursday Thursday 18 – Wednesday 24 March 2021, 3 Tassie teachers spent an exciting 7 days at Stony Head in Tasmania

Bush Blitz TeachLive 2019

Little Desert National Park, VIC 

Between Thursday 24 October 2019 and Thursday 31 October 2019, 5 teachers from around Australia travelled to Little Desert National Park in Victoria 


Bush Blitz TeachLive 2018

Protected areas across the ACT region (including Namadgi National Park, Mulligan’s Flat Woodland Sanctuary and Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve), 

29 November 2018 – Thursday 6 December 2018


Bush Blitz TeachLive 2017


From the 11th to the 18th of May 2017 five teachers from around Australia travelled to the Victoria-Bonaparte Bioregion in the Northern Territory, to discover new species and uncover important information that can help scientists and land managers protect local and national biodiversity for generations to come.

For more information go to http://bushblitz.teachlive.org.au/index.php/expeditions/victoria-bonaparte-nt-2017


Bush Blitz TeachLive 2016

BRUNY ISLAND, TASMANIA 15-21 February 2016


Bush Blitz TeachLive 2015


Between 17-24 July 2015, another lucky five teachers were selected to participate in the Bush Blitz TeachLive expedition on the Olkola people’s traditional lands on the Cape York Peninsula in Queensland. The teachers joined more than a dozen scientists and the Olkola Indigenous rangers, to act as research assistants, as part of the 8-day Bush Blitz TeachLive experience. As a team, they discovered new species of spider as well as rare fish and orchids.

To view the lesson plans they created and their daily diaries of their experiences click here

(L to R) Chris Greene, (St. Mary's PS, Williamstown, Vic.), Leslie Carr (Maribynong PS, ACT), Sue Webber (Kalgoorlie Boulder Community HS, WA), Brett McKay (Kirrawee HS, NSW) and Tony Egan (Cornerstone College Vic)


Bush Blitz TeachLive 2014

KIMBERLEY REGION, WA 27 May - 3 June 2014

The 2014 Bush Blitz TeachLive program saw five primary and secondary teachers from across Australia join scientists in the field at the stunning Karunjie Station and Durack River Station in the Kimberley region of Western Australia. The teachers assisted some of Australia's top scientists document plants and animals, and discover new species.

To view the lesson plans they created and their daily diaries of their experiences click here.

Read about the teachers' experiences and reflection:

Bush Blitz TeachLive 2013

HENBURY STATION, NT 14-21 May 2013

Read about the experiences of the 5 lucky teachers who participated in the BBTL 2013 program at Henbury Station in the NT.