Education

National Geographic Kids provides access to material from all National Geographic publications suited to children up the ages of 14, including videos, articles and images.

Eat for Health gives advice on eating well and how to choose nutritious food. The site contains nutrition calculators and healthy recipes. It uses information from the Australian Dietary Guidelines.
NationalMap is an online map-based tool. It allows easy access to spatial data from Australian government agencies. Various datasets can be overlaid and explored on the map.

Open Library collects details of published books. It also holds loanable copies of ebooks including some about or from Australia. It makes audiobooks available to print for disabled people.

The Australian Dictionary of Biography contains biographical information on over 13,000 people. It is a useful source of historical information on notable Australians.
Project Gutenberg is an online library of free eBooks. It largely contains books that are in the public domain. These have been digitised by volunteers.
The Biodiversity Heritage Library contains many books and archives on global biodiversity. Full text of rare and early publications relating to Western Australia is available.
AusGIN provides Australian geological and geophysical data. It also gives information about mineral resource exploration.
PubMed Central is a free full-text archive of biomedical and life sciences journals. It is part of the U.S. National Institutes of Health.
The MSD Manuals are free online medical reference manuals. covering thousands of topics. They include consumer, professional and veterinary versions.
The National Archives of Australia collects, preserves and provides access to Government records. Many records are available online for professional research or personal interest.
First Languages Australia promotes Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages. The site contains educational resources including an interactive languages map.