Adelaide Zoo and Monarto Safari Park are closed to the public from 5pm, Wednesday, 25 March 2020 until further notice. For more information CLICK HERE

CU at the Zoo

Now you can observe live animals at Adelaide Zoo and Monarto Safari Park on-line as a learning activity


Live streaming Adelaide Zoo and Monarto Safari Park

  1. Choose an active animal to watch by clicking on the links below
  2. Print off an ethogram (below) and do the activity sheet
  3. Show your Children’s University Teacher / Coordinator and get your passport stamped
  4. 20 minutes for each animal activity… you can watch for longer if you like. Record your findings on another piece of paper or electronic device.

 


Live Cameras!


Use these ethograms to record your panda, chimp and rhino observations


Live streaming in the Adelaide Zoo Nocturnal House

Log in on-line (see below), and then click on submit…

  1. Choose an active animal to watch
  2. Print off an ethogram (below) and do the activity
  3. Show your Children’s University Teacher / Coordinator and get your passport stamped
  4. 20 minutes for each animal activity… you can watch for longer if you like. Record your findings on another piece of paper or electronic device.

Use these ethograms to record your learning activity


Log into the nocturnal house cameras below using this username and password 

username: education
password: @@education123


Zoo On-line Log in

Enter your postcode, name of school and Children's University passport number. You will enter your username and password on the next page.

For Students

Find our more about Children’s University. Visit the Children’s University website.

About Children’s University

Children’s University Australia is the first Children’s University to be established in Australia.  Like the national organisation, ‘Children’s University Australia’ is hosted and administered by the University of Adelaide on its North Terrace Campus and is a not-for-profit, charitable arm of the University.

Children’s University offers unique learning experiences for children outside of the school environment and recognises achievements through the award of formal certificates. The model leverage’s local educational activity providers and has a strong emphasis on experience as a significant learning tool, acknowledging the value of the range of learning experiences and environments in which children engage.

The Children’s University provides 7 to 14-year-olds (and 5 and 6-year-olds with their families and carers) with high-quality learning outside the normal school day. Learning destinations are places and organisations to which students can travel with their Children’s University passport to learning, a booklet similar to a real passport! CU at the Zoo focuses on animal behaviour, an important concept in scientific knowledge and practice. Students will build personal and social capabilities concerning conservation issues and positive actions that can be taken to save species from extinction.

#MonartoSafariPark's African Lion pride grows to ten after the adorable introduction of the male lions to our cubs… https://t.co/3TBb7VmE53

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