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Rock Solid or What is Sydney Build on?

On Demand

Have you ever wondered what’s underneath the famous Sydney Opera House or the Harbour Bridge? Or if there were Dinosaurs in Sydney at one time?

Discover the world of rocks and stones in the Sydney area with Assoc Prof Kelsie Dadd.

Find out where Sydney’s volcanoes were and how you can become a geologist yourself with our video and and become a Rock Star in our activity.

You can also start Crystal Gardening following our instructions.

The content will be available 14 August – 11 October.

This program is part of Greater Sydney Parklands’ virtual event From Swamp to Scrub – an initiative supported by the Australian Government as part of National Science Week 2021.

 


BROUGHT TO YOU BY: From Swamp to Scrub with Greater Sydney Parklands


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On Demand - Unlimited

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Name: Assoc Prof Kelsie Dadd - Curious Minds

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