Our educational resources help educate primary, secondary and tertiary students and the community about Melbourne’s urban water cycle.
Visit the Teacher Resources section of Melbourne's Water story for activities, lesson plans and excursions kits for primary and secondary students.
The Water Warriors and the Urban Water Cycle provides useful links to data and information on the Melbourne Water website.
'Who’s still hiding?' storybook
This delightful picture storybook for beginning readers helps younger students discover the animals that call our rivers and creeks home.
- urban water cycle
- rivers and creeks
Order a free pack
'Who’s still hiding?' readers are available for your school library by contacting our Education team on 131 722 or email@example.com.
Each pack contains one big book and eight accompanying readers.
Pre- and post- activities
These lesson focuses on developing an understanding of healthy waterways and the animals that are indigenous to waterways in the greater Melbourne region. There is a strong focus on what makes each animal unique and what features other animals share.
Know your river booklets
Our informative booklets cover the history, geography and wildlife of the Yarra, Maribyrnong, Werribee and Bass rivers and Dandenong Creek.
They're a great resource to broaden your knowledge of your local waterway, as well as the impacts of stormwater pollution and the role you can play in protecting rivers and creeks. This information is also summarised in a factsheet on each waterway.