Road to Zero: Road Safety Experience


Years 9-11
Term 1–4 2019, Monday–Friday
Maximum 25 students

Health and PE, Science

School programs and resources

Road to Zero is a world first road safety education complex opening mid-2018, and is a collaboration between Museums Victoria and the TAC.

Road to Zero draws upon decades of TAC research and pedagogical practice, and is co-created with practicing teachers. Part of the Victorian Government’s Towards Zero vision, it aims to reduce road trauma in pre-learner drivers by building knowledge and awareness that will empower young road users to make safe decisions.

An education visit to Road to Zero comprises two experiences: an immersive and exploratory gallery showcasing the latest in multi-sensory interactive technologies, and a curriculum-linked program in the purpose-built studio space.

Launching with health and physics programs for years 9 and 10, bookings for Road to Zero for school groups will open on 1 December for 2019.

Contact [email protected] for more information.

Curriculum links

Physical sciences

  • The description and explanation of the motion of objects involves the interaction of forces and the exchange of energy and can be described and predicted using the laws of physics (VCSSU133)

Personal, social and community health

Contributing to healthy and active communities

  • Plan, implement and critique strategies to enhance the health, safety and wellbeing of their communities (VCHPEP149)

Communicating and interacting for health and wellbeing

  • Evaluate health information from a range of sources and apply to health decisions and situations (VCHPEP148)