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CRM

Matthew Tranter

tranterm@oeg.edu.au
Coordinator

Anthony Begg : Indigenous Coordinator

abegg@kws.nsw.edu.au
  • Program overview

    Jabiru and the Kakadu area have been home to Aboriginal people for more than 65,000 years. Aboriginal rock paintings, dating to prehistoric times, can be viewed at sites such as Ubirr. Students will arrive in Jabiru via a flight to Darwin and bus trip from Darwin to Jabiru. There they will spend the week involved in cultural activities, a bushwalk and bouldering journey through Brockman Plateau. The environment is very hot and humid as a result, this week will be very challenging at times but will also involve fantastic opportunity to experience a completely different environment while learning different ways to connect with peers, staff and the landscape.

    • Year level

      Jabiru Program 2019

    • trip length

      8 days

    • Location

      Jabiru

    Activities
    • bush-walking
      bush walking
    • camping
      camping
    the program
  • Particulars

    Date

    Sunday 30th June 2019 to
    Sunday 7th July 2019

    Notes
    1. No nuts
    2. All items in your personal bag – loose items can get misplaced easily
    3. Personal medications
    4. Some money to cover lunch and snacks throughout travel days