Demo Moodle Any Way You Want It

At Moodle, we aim to be the best tool for supporting education in any environment, with an emphasis on accessibility. As a free open source product, users can download direct from our site to experience the features of Moodle, or use one of the demo sites pre-populated with course content.

To experience the features, design and capability of Moodle in the latest version, you can enter one of our two sites. Choose to explore Moodle in action with Mount Orange School or play with Moodle’s standard features in sandbox. Each of the sites are reset to its blank state every hour, on the hour, which allows anyone to alter, add, remove items in the platform and return to a clean slate every sixty minutes.

Mount Orange School Demo
Mount Orange School provides high quality education for students aged from 8 to 18 years, making full use of the open source learning platform Moodle. The courses are open to guests and showcase Moodle features, highlighting the enhancements each new version brings.

With the choice of over 60 roles to experience Moodle as, Mount Orange is fully loaded playground to try as a teacher, admin, manager, student, parent or community member.

Moodle offers the ability to download the course content from the learning site, providing open education resources for the world. To try the official Moodle Mobile app, users can log in with the roles on the free app on most devices.


Like the empty sand pit near the playground, Moodle’s Sandbox demo allows users to build, remove, and create in an empty version of Moodle to experience the capabilities. This hands-on exploration of Moodle provides a sense of user-interface design within the latest stable version of Moodle.


The ability to trial a learning platform is not uncommon in the industry, yet as a free open source software, Moodle makes course content on the site available under the Creative Commons licence, and allows users greater freedoms to explore and experience, because…

Any way you want it. That’s the way you need it.

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