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Billabongs

Incorporate the rich knowledge and sustainable practices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples into your classroom to teach students about the intricate life cycles of billabong species and the cultural significance of these ecosystems.

Subject:

Science

Year level:

Level 3, Level 4

Sunlight through Trees, Alphington, Wurundjeri country

Sunlight through Trees, Alphington, Wurundjeri country. Tiffany Garvie. Source: Ngarrngga. © Tiffany Garvie 2023. Used under licence

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