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Explore the Outdoors: Victorian Environments: Overview

Command Terms


 Give the precise meaning of a word, phrase, concept or physical quantity. 


 Give a detailed account including reasons or causes. 


 Provide characteristics, features and qualities of a given concept, opinion, situation, event, process, effect, argument, narrative, text,   experiment, artwork, performance piece or other artefact in an accurate way. 


 Recognise and name and/or select an event, feature, ingredient, element, speaker and/or part from a list or extended narrative or   argument, or within a diagram, structure, artwork or experiment. 


 Observe, study, or carry out an examination to establish facts and reach new conclusions. 


 Suggest or put forward a point of view, idea, argument, diagram, plan and/or suggestion based on given data or stimulus material for c   consideration or action. 

Victorian Elevation map

Victoria Climate Zone Map


Explore this interactive climate zone map to find out the climate zone for a particular place in Victoria.

These eight climate zones are illustrated in the form of a climate zone map which was created using Bureau of Meteorology climatic data with two supplementary zones added to accommodate an additional temperate zone and alpine area. The climate zone boundaries are also aligned with local government areas and are therefore subject to change from time to time.

First Nations Map of Victoria


Explore the interactive map of Registered Aboriginal Parties recognised as the traditional owners of particular regions in Victoria.

Visit the website for links to to find out more about each group.

Assessment Task and Criteria

Useful links

Encyclopedia Britannica