Bringing science lessons to life in our beautiful Daintree Rainforest
What could be more memorable than studying science in one of the world’s most spectacular natural landscapes?
Our latest video was filmed at James Cook University’s (JCU) Daintree Rainforest Observatory where international students participating in our programs conducted real-life research in this truly unique setting—swimming with turtles on the Great Barrier Reef and floating high above the ancient rainforest canopy.
The ‘Daintree Rainforest Observatory—our classroom in the rainforest’ was developed by a consortium of schools in Cairns: Trinity Bay State High School, Cairns State High School, Smithfield State High School and Redlynch State College, in partnership with JCU.
Watch the video below to find out more about the program.