The South Australian State Government has asked primary school students to help design changes to the national parks in the region using Minecraft. The competition tasks the students with creating their ideal park either from scratch or to propose changes to existing parks.

The winning designs would be used to help guide $10 million worth of upgrades to these national parks.

Winners will get to spend a day with a ranger as they walk, cycle, play tennis, and learn about nature at the Belair National Park. This is certainly a great way to have games be used for educational purposes!

More information can be found at The Lead South Australia website.