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Australia

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Kids in Perth – Buggybuddys

December 19, 2012 -- Submitted by Lorraine Swart, a reader from Perth, Australia, who is affiliated with the site.

Buggybuddys is a website for kids and families in Perth, we provide a holistic list of things to do and things to see for kids in Perth.


ROCK IT!

June 9, 2007 -- From Dee, a reader, from Australia, who is affiliated with the site.

ROCK IT! is a smash hit children’s TV in Australia and also has a popular website which has been developed in close consultation with early learning experts. The Website is free from advertising and features safe, interactive and educational activities for kids including games, coloring ins, mazes, dot to dots, ecards, wallpapers, downloads, video and music clips, recipes and lots of flash animation. There is also a parents/caregivers page.

Australian Contact

February 14, 2007 -- From KIMBRO, a parent, from Australia, who is affiliated with the site.

Part of a much larger Free Information site suitable for the whole family; Australian Contact has fascinating pictures of Australian native animals including video featuring David Attenburough. Explore and research Australia through the Stuart University and watch weather paterns over the pacific region. Kids come and discover Australia.

Romeo the Dorrigo Glow Worm

October 26, 2000 -- From Romeo the Dorrigo Glow Worm, a reader from Australia who is affiliated with the site

Adventures of a Glow Worm who learns about Australia and its animals through a musical journey with games and activities, when he leaves his home in Dorrigo.

Southern Stars Aboriginal Astronomy

September 17, 2000 -- From Carol , a reader from Newcastle, NSW, Australia who is affiliated with the site

Australian Aborigines have an ancient history of navigating the night skies. They have many Dreaming stories that relate to naked eye astronomy and particularly the constellations. This site shows a star map that is believed to be the oldest star map in the world. It has a very definitive explaination of the Dreaming, as well as a basic history of Australia.