Activities for children of all ages, including Kids' TV guide, chat rooms and games.
iPad - This fun and interactive app provides an opportunity for parents and educators to talk about social and emotional skills that children need to make friends, to get on with others and to deal with unpleasant or difficult behaviour from other children. Suitable for children from 3 to 8 years of age.
Find out about animal welfare and responsible pet ownership
Basin Kids is a website especially prepared for students, parents and teachers to explore the facts and issues relating to the Murray-Darling Basin. Includes games, lesson plan ideas, native and alien fish information and more.
Provides information about children's rights, how they are protected and some of the major human rights issues facing children around the world today.
CyberNetrix is an Internet safety education program for secondary school aged students. It forms part of the NetAlert CyberSafe Schools program and contains interactive activities for children to use.
CyberQuoll is an Internet safety program for primary schools. It forms part of NetAlert's CyberSafe Schools initiative and is designed to help children learn important Internet safety messages.
Try your hand at exciting experiments and activities at home or at school with everyday equipment. Mix some slime, build a rocket or make sultanas dance!
Find out the effects of garbage and oil pollution on marine environments. Australian Maritime Safety Authority information page for kids; also includes links to games and puzzles.
A page for children, with information and advice about family relationship issues. Includes links to help and ideas for keeping yourself safe, questions and answers about separation, and foster families.
No one will ever again see a Paradise Parrot flash its rainbow colours across the sky or see the Tasmanian tiger slink through the wet Tasmanian forest. They are gone forever - they are now extinct. One of the most important ways to help threatened plants and animals survive is to protect their habitats permanently in national parks, nature reserves or wilderness areas.
Hector's World helps young children learn about internet safety through a range of fun interactive activities. The experiences of Hector and his friends offer children practical guidance on managing risks and reinforce the importance of responsible online behaviour.
This computer game reassures older primary school aged children who are experiencing, or have gone through separation that it’s not their fault, they’re not alone and what they’re thinking or feeling is okay. The game helps children understand what is happening; helping them find ways to cope and letting them know where they can go for help.
KidsMatter aims to strengthen the mental health and wellbeing of children. This program covers Early Childhood, Primary and Transition to School and involves people who have a significant influence on children's lives.
Explore parliamentary concepts and processes through fun and educational games and interactives. Learn about representation, law-making, democracy, Parliament House and parliamentary treasures. Includes teachers' notes for teachers and parents. Kidsview is designed for upper primary students and is a sub website of the Parliamentary Education Office.
Livewire is a safe and fun online community designed for young people living with a serious illness, chronic health condition or disability. It also caters for their siblings and parents. It allows members to share experiences.
For experiments you can try at home or in the classroom, the Questacon Science Squad has a collection of awesome science activities with easy to follow instructions and an explanation of the science involved.
SuperClubsPLUS Australia is the only Australian age-verified and actively protected Social Learning Network where young children can meet friends, make new ones, have fun and learn cool stuff. And they can do all these things knowing they are completely safe!
Kids, learn about what happens when you call Triple 000. Triple Zero Kids' Challenge is an online game designed for children of kindergarten and primary school age. The game consists of nine safety scenarios.
The Young Carers website provides contacts and support for children and young people, families and primary teachers. Their respite and information services program assists young carers to complete their education.