Explore our learning resources about the power of water and connect with the past, present and future of the Snowy Scheme.
The Snowy Hydro Next Generation Education Hub is an interactive online learning portal featuring learning modules that align with the Australian curriculum. Students can discover the Scheme’s past, present and future and hear some of the stories behind the engineering, the science and our people. The Next Generation Education Hub will ignite students’ imagination and expand their knowledge about curriculum including geography, STEM, history and social science subjects.
With a range of teacher and classroom resources including factsheets, activity sheets and hands-on activities, students will be able to complete a full lesson on an aspect of the Snowy Scheme, or supplement a pre-planned lesson with activities across a range of subject matter. A variety of lesson plans that link directly with Scootle tie the relevant learning resources together.
Speak to us about tailoring your classroom needs, with a range of virtual experiences including a behind-the-scenes tour of a power station, a digital pop-up book about the Snowy 2.0 project or book a range of virtual classroom experiences. We have many programs available to match your students’ educational needs. Learning about the mighty Snowy Scheme has never been more accessible.
Introduction to Snowy Hydro
Learn about Snowy Hydro, a dynamic, integrated energy business.
Water of the Snowy Scheme
Learn about the water behind the power of the Snowy Scheme.
Learn about how Snowy Hydro uses the power of water to generate clean, renewable energy.
Learn about the pumped-hydro expansion of the Snowy Scheme.
Our proud history
Learn about the construction of the Scheme. It took 25 years and bought 100,000 people together from more than 30 different countries to build the mighty Snowy.
The Snowy Scheme developments
Learn about the Snowy Scheme’s two main developments – the Snowy-Murray development and the Snowy-Tumut development.
Women in STEM
The purpose of the program is to introduce children of the Snowy Mountains to career opportunities in STEM and provide an informed foundation to support their submission into the Snowy 2.0 TBM naming competition