2KB and 2SD (46 students) have been studying transport and it’s impact on native wildlife, in particular koalas, on the mid north coast. As part of their learning they created sketch designs for their own town that included koala corridors and canopy bridges to reduce the amount of road fatalities due to habitat being taken away as urban population increases. Afterwards, students were placed in pairs and chose structures and infrastructure necessary for a whole stage build to develop a town using MinecraftEdu that demonstrated sustainable building practices that aid in the protection of native fauna. The students have worked very hard on this project and been highly engaged as they come up with creative solutions and critically evaluate their builds. This supported their closer study and assessment project mapping task into alternative transport routes that could have saved Pioneer Park and its eucalyptus trees (that supported the local koala population) from being turned into a temporary road whilst a nearby intersection was closed temporarily for roadworks.