What's New

Discover the latest updates on programs, resources and more from Sydney Learning Adventures.


Pre-recorded Virtual Programs available

Sydney Learning Adventures have a number of pre-recorded programs available for bookings.

Here’s a snippet of the programs
2024 Online Brochure Released

Sydney Learning Adventures brochures have gone digital. Our 2024 Education program brochure is now only available online.

Download a copy
NAIDOC Week 2024 Art Competition – Keep the Fire Burning! Blak, Loud and Proud.
Returning this year is the NAIDOC Week Art Competition in which we invite schools who have participated in Sydney Learning Adventures programs to participate in the NAIDOC Week 2024 Art Competition. 

All entries will be displayed at The Rocks Discovery Museum and on our websites in celebration of NAIDOC Week.

  • Artworks must relate to the NAIDOC Week 2024 Theme – Keep the Fire Burning! Blak, Loud and Proud. 
  • Students to include a brief explanation to accompany their artwork
  • Entries are digital, they can be submitted via
  • Web:  Enter Here in under 2 minutes
  • Email: pag.therockdiscoverymuseum@property.nsw.gov.au

Get a glimpse of The Big Dig Archaeology Education Centre before you book!

Check out our new video and discover why teachers and students are queueing up to experience The Big Dig.

  • Gain an understanding of what to expect at The Big Dig when you book a program.
  • See the unique hands-on learning experiences offered at The Big Dig.
  • Reveal some of the resources and activities the programs offer.
  • Preview the digsite and see the exclusive access students get on our programs.
  • See the engagement and knowledge of our experienced guide team.

Teacher reviews

"We were so very impressed with the professionalism of the program that we enjoyed, and are in awe of how adaptable and creative the team have been in such challenging circumstances."

“Thank you so much for presenting the online Groundwork program. You were able to offer our students an experience that they would not have been able to have otherwise.”

"Thank you I also really enjoyed it and will also discuss with my students on zoom. The lesson was pitched perfectly to our students with wonderful language and storytelling. Students would have found the discussion over artefacts so interesting". 

“The program was both engaging and interactive and allowed students to explore key questions which challenged their historical thinking. Characters like George Cribbs and the Foy Family were brought to life through the artefacts, documents and links to contemporary examples".

“I enjoyed it and found it quite relevant to some of the overarching themes of the Year 11 Ancient History course. The reference to Schliemann was timely as I am currently working on that topic.”

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