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Promote water safe behaviours with Kangaroo Beach

In Kangaroo Beach, four young animal friends, Pounce, Gemma, Neville and Frizzy, spend an action-packed summer training as junior cadets with their lifeguard heroes. Our new F-2 teaching resource forefronts the water safety messages in the series.

Thrilling new series MaveriX forefronts teen grit, courage, and teamwork

Students aged 10 to 14 will love this high adrenaline drama series, in which six young motocross riders come together to form a team and make the national titles – or crash out trying. 

Announcing the 2022 My Place Competition

Pull out your planners: the My Place Competition returns in Term Three. 

Filming begins on exciting new tween horror-comedy series Crazy Fun Park

An eerie and spectacular world full of ghosts and ghouls has come to life in Victoria, with horror-comedy series Crazy Fun Park now in production.

Creating factual content for younger audiences

As part of the 2022 Australian International Documentary Conference (AIDC), the Australian Children’s Television Foundation (ACTF) joined producers and commissioners for an informative panel session, ‘Stepping into little shoes: creating factual programming for younger audiences’, presented by Screen Queensland.

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