We want students to adventure, so, we have a number of camps throughout Australia to travel to.
Perfect for all ages groups and experience levels.
Explore a World Heritage Area described as “a living laboratory of evolutionary process.”
Enjoy living and working in the Greater Blue Mountains, outdoor challenges, and ancient indigenous rock art.
World Heritage Area.
Breathtaking. Natural wonders. Ecologically and scientifically significant site.
Clyde / Murramarang
Explore 44km of forest, headlands, and pristine beaches.
Enjoy discovering indigenous artefacts and wildlife along beaches and amongst majestic spotted gums.
Murramarang National Park. 44km of coastline. Abundant wildlife.
Explore the NSW Southern Highlands.
Enjoy 40km of trails and 30km of canoeing. Wide Valleys surrounded by mountains. Waterfalls. And protected waterways.
Lake Yarrunga. And Fitzroy Falls.
High mountains. Scenic terrain. Activity-rich destination.
Explore Australia’s highest peaks.
Enjoy taking in the rugged alpine landscape of Kosciusko National Park and some of Australia’s freshest air.
Mt Kosciusko. Transformational environment (from winter to summer).
Snowgum woodlands. Alpine flowers. Pristine landscapes.
Explore 40km of beach, tidal lakes and rivers in Myall Lakes National Park.
Enjoy the remote beauty and fascinating indigenous history.
Remote. Vast coastal lake system. Tidal lakes and rivers.
Sydney Urban Adventure
Explore Sydney and its surrounding areas.
Enjoy cultural destinations, ‘Amazing Race’ style activities, and everything from helping out food co-ops, visiting Islamic schools, Jewish Museums, and Flemington markets, to climbing, hiking, mountain biking and dragon boating.
Landmarks. Museums. Markets.
Outdoor adventure activities. Cultural, social, and historical experiences.
Explore the famous Hume and Hovel Walking Track and one of Australia’s most fascinating cave systems; Carey’s Caves.
Enjoy the natural wonderland and beautiful bushwalks and camping along the Murrumbidgee River.