Due to very high fire danger conditions, Naturescape is closed and Kings Park afternoon guided walks are cancelled.Read more...
Investigating biodiversity and plant adaptations
Discover the features and unique adaptations of some of Western Australia’s most interesting flora. Learn some of the fascinating ways plants have adapted to survive in the harsh Australian environment. Investigate desert plants, plants with built-in sunblock and smelly oils, carnivorous plants with sticky leaves and unique bushfire survival mechanisms.
Year level: 5 - 7
Duration: 90 minutes
Cost: Refer to Fees and Charges
Location: Rio Tinto Naturescape Kings Park
Bookings: Essential, please contact the Education Bookings Officer
Australian curriculum links: Science
Cross curriculum priorities: Sustainability
- Last Updated: 28 November 2014