In 2014 we're looking for 40 Tasmanian students with an adventurous streak and a love of dark places. Find out more >>
Last year we created a mobile app from our student's work on Maria Island. It's completely marvellous and 100% free to grab for iPhone users. Check it out now >>
Skullbone is the home of amazing expeditions undertaken and shared by Australian students. Watch their journeys as they unfold and look back at past expeditions >>
To download the app on your phone (iPhone only sorry), go to the app stoire and search for 'Maria Island' or My My Maria', or 'The best student app ever' and you'll find it as the first choice. On your computer the link is here>>
The four high school teams have successfully completed the field work on Maria Island, and now we are putting together the mobile app. In the meantime, Doug Grubert and Sam Jesney are leading a team of college students to Nepal for the 'Trek to Everest' expedition. We're pleased to be able to share this journey through our Skullbone site. Follow it LIVE from 24th November 2013 >>
The first team of adventurers from Smithton High School are preparing to depart for Maria Island this Sunday. The weather forecast looks grim but teacher David Buchanan reports that the students are not deterred.
A short teaser by Love the Frame to get us excited about caves.
The partner site to Skullbone is the award winning Expedition Class. Don't miss the journey in 2014>>