About us

Our approach

The Discovery Voyager comes to you, wherever you are in northern NSW, with interactive, curriculum-aligned activities grounded in science, limited only by your imagination. During times when travel is not possible, we can deliver live, virtual activities into your classroom!

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Where are we today?

Please contact us by completing a booking enquiry to see if we’ll be in your area at the time you’re thinking of having us. We’ll get back to you as soon as we can!

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Successful track record

Over the past four years, our highly skilled and passionate team have engaged with 21,393 students from 319 schools, from Kindergarten to Year 10, across the large expanse of northern NSW.

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Latin Taxonomy

Create mythical creatures and learn about the Latin as the primary means of naming all living things.

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Astrometric Exploration

Take a voyage through our solar system to discover planet sizes, distances and weights relative to elephants!

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Who’s Skeleton is That?

Drag and drop the bones onto the skeleton to discover the animal.

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What’s being said…

Words from recent Discovery Voyager participants.

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How does it work?

For schools

We adapt to your bell times and class sizes. We bring one facilitator per activity, and expect that classroom teachers are present; teachers know their students better than we do, and we rely on their relationship with students to help run a smooth session, read more >

For communities

We can add something different to your community event. Get interactive, discover the processes that drive life on earth, and marvel at the nature of science. Our team can set up activities at carnivals, community events and open days to keep active minds and hands occupiedread more >

Risk Management

We understand that learning about our natural and modified world can involve some risks. We think it’s important to acknowledge these, learn how to manage them effectively while taking calculated risks with splendidly exciting outcomes in order to learn best, read more >

Learn about the activities

The UNE Discovery Voyager has developed a range of activities across all subjects to bring to your schools! We work to bring you activities that are not only fun and educational, but that align with the NSW school curriculum, read more >


In the first few years of life, human brains are making 700 new neural connections every second. During this time, the creation of positive neural pathways is most effective when cognitive, emotional and social development occurs simultaneously. So time for unrestricted imaginative play for children while they are in close contact with parents, carers and other children is an important part of this development. Tinkering, building and role play are all vital to growing confident global citizens. You can find out more about the research by clicking here.

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