Skullbone is the home of amazing expeditions undertaken and shared by Tasmanian students. Watch their journeys as they happen and look back at past expeditions. Earlier this year we completed the Australia Thailand Environmental Education Exchange program and now we've just completed the expedition phase of the My My Maria project. Adventurers from Scottsdale, Smithon, Ogilvie and Jordan River schools explored Maria Island National park to unlock its secrets. We're busy building the mobile app now, but while you're waiting follow the new Trek to Everest expedition >>
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.
The footage from the first leg of the exchange is being hammered into a short documentary by Leuke Marriott as I write this. Be part of the premiere event in a very special evening. The Thai team will be there on the second last day of their visit to Tasmania.
Scottsdale High School successfully return from the second expedition to Maria, read about it>>
A crew from Sunrise visited Tassie this year to share our story with the breakfast crowd.
The partner site to Skullbone is the award winning Expedition Class. Don't miss the adventure learning explosion in 2013>>