On this educational tour, students will step into the intriguing world of espionage in Canberra, walking into the realm of spies, double agents, and covert operations. This journey is designed to stimulate critical thinking about the complex themes of surveillance and intelligence.During the tour, students will:
- Follow the stories of women involved in intelligence work, understanding both perspectives of those who were spies and those who were under surveillance.
- Engage in discussions and activities that encourage them to analyse and critique the methods and ethics of intelligence gathering.
- Develop a deeper understanding of the historical and contemporary significance of surveillance in Australia's political landscape.
This tour offers students a unique opportunity to step into the shoes of historical figures in the intelligence community and understand the impact of their actions on both a local and national level.
This tour is available to high school, college, and university students.Read more about the tour and what you can expect here.