Australian National Winners

Secondary School Winner

V-LInk (St Peter’s Girls School, South Australia) – V Link is a mobile application connecting the skilled but underutilised retired population to volunteering jobs.

Primary School Winner

SunFun (Pacific Pines Primary School, Queensland) – SunFun is an app designed to helps kids aged 10-14 understand the importance of sun safety in a fun and engaging manner.

New Zealand National Winners

Secondary School Winner

Drink Minder(Hillcrest High School, Hamilton) – An app to help manage alcohol consumption. Users can record and track the number of standard drinks they’ve consumed.

Primary School Winner

EVAC-U-BUDDY (Queen Margaret College, Wellington). See their pitch video here
App description: Helping people who live in Tsunami unsafe zones or in any area at risk of danger find shelter during an evacuation.

Australian State Winners (Secondary)

Victoria & New South Wales State Winner

StepCO2 (Virtual team across New South Wales & Victoria) – Teaches children how to care for the environment and make responsible decisions.  

New South Wales State Winner

Anigram Trakka (Santa Sabina College, New South Wales) – Assisting researchers and conservationists to track koalas.

Queensland State Winner

CALME (Brigidine College, Queensland) – Assisting teenage students in relieving the effects of stress, depression, and low-esteem that may be associated with school, social media, family, peers and other pressures.

Western Australian State Winner

Let’s Talk (Shenton College, Western Australia) – Something needs to be done in order to prevent tragic incidents of teen suicide. Let’s Talk aims to help the close inner circle community of a young teen who has a mental illness  

South Australian State Winner

V-LInk (St Peter’s Girls School, South Australia) – V Link is a mobile application connecting the skilled but underutilised retired population to volunteering jobs.

Victorian State Winner

Bully Busters (Shelford Girls Grammar, Victoria) – An anti-bullying app for primary school students who are victims, bystanders or bullies.

New South Wales Joint State Winners

HappyNess (St Joseph’s Como) – Research has shown that Australian kids are the most stressed kids on Earth. A girls’ confidence can quickly disappear when things go wrong.

Talk to the Hand (CC Home School) – Learn AUSLAN (AUstralian Sign LANguage) through videos, pictures, quizzes, songs and games. 

Queensland State Winner

SunFun (Pacific Pines Primary School, Queensland) – SunFun is an app designed to helps kids aged 10-14 understand the importance of sun safety in a fun and engaging manner.

Western Australian State Winner

The Healthy Emoji (All Saints College, Western Australia) – Solves the problem of keeping healthy through playing a game.  

South Australian State Winner

Pocket.i (Black Forest Primary School, South Australia) – Equipping children with financial sense by teaching them that money doesn’t grow on trees.  

New Zealand Region Winners (Secondary)

Drink Minder(Hillcrest High School, Hamilton, North Island) – An app to help manage alcohol consumption. Users can record and track the number of standard drinks they’ve consumed

On Track Dunedin (Columba College, Dunedin, South Island) – Improves the health of Dunedin citizens by encouraging them to complete walking tracks around Dunedin.

New Zealand Region Winners (Primary)

EVAC-U-BUDDY (Queen Margaret College, Wellington, North Island). See their pitch video here
App description: Helping people who live in Tsunami unsafe zones or in any area at risk of danger find shelter during an evacuation.

Beefriend Pi (Makarewa School, Invercargill, South Island) – Making it fun to learn about bees while increasing knowledge about the decreasing bee population.