Explore Charles Darwin’s discovery of Australia’s diverse Biota.
This program has been developed by the Australian Museum, Botanic Gardens Greater Sydney and Taronga Zoo. Students will examine fossils, specimens, live animals and plants to understand biological diversity by explaining the relationships between a range of organisms in terms of specialisation for selected habitats and evolution of species.
Biological Diversity Study Days are available on-site at Taronga Zoo Sydney and a range of other locations! For information on all locations, booking dates and to book now, please visit the Australian Museum website.
- Tuesday 18th June, 2024
- Wednesday June 22, 2023
Can't get to any of the locations? Attend the Biological Diversity Study Day Virtual Excursion on Wednesday 7th August, 2024.
This full day program supports Module 3: Biological Diversity in the NSW Biology syllabus and is held at various locations around New South Wales.