Welcome to H2O Kids online.

H2O Kids program has moved online to keep education flowing during COVID-19.

H2O Kids is a school education program designed to increase water literacy and knowledge in a blended learning environment (at school or home).

Our appreciation and understanding of water as a precious resource is important regardless of what is happening around us. We are here to support you in water education whatever the circumstance. This program has been developed for schools or parents to teach students online or in person with dedicated lessons.

H2O Kids experiments!

Every now and then, we will showcase exciting water experiments that you can use in your own lessons.

Check out our H2O Kids Youtube playlist for more videos.

Today's students are tomorrow's leaders. 

Schools play a vital role in providing students with knowledge, skills, passion and determination to make a real difference in the world. When it comes to a sustainable water future for all, education will help shape how future generations value water, their attitudes and usage.

Seqwater’s H2O Kids is an integrated learning program, consisting of a suite of hands on experiences and resources for teachers, parents and students from Prep to Year 12. The program inspires students through storytelling and inquiry-based learning at schools, online or at an Seqwater site.

H2O Kids' learning experiences and resources are linked to the Australian Curriculum.

H2O Kids program

Our H2O Kids program takes students through the water story, the natural and urban water cycle, the role of catchments, how we use water and the future of water. You can select which option best suits your school and students’ needs:

  • Incursions (we come to you)
  • Excursions (we take you to one or more sites)
  • Education events
  • Digital resources
  • Hard copy resources.


Our incursion program is designed to involve students at the primary and secondary school levels with four themed programs:

  • The Golden Tap
  • The H2O Museum
  • How much water do you eat?
  • Day Zero.

Book an incursion

School education program
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Our excursion program opens doors for students and shows them how water is sourced, stored, treated and supplied. 

School excursions can be held at the following Seqwater sites:

  • Ewen Maddock Dam and Water Treatment Plant (Landsborough, Sunshine Coast)
  • Wivenhoe Dam and Mt Crosby Water Treatment Plant (West Brisbane)
  • North Pine Dam and Water Treatment Plant (Joyner, Moreton Bay)
  • Hinze Dam (Gold Coast hinterland)
  • Gold Coast Desalination Plant (Tugun, Gold Coast).

Book an excursion

Extension program

Our extension program can be booked as a standalone activity or part of a term activity:

  • Up the Creek and Down the Drain
  • Master class
  • Holiday program
  • Kindy program

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