We want students to adventure, so, we have a number of camps throughout Australia to travel to.
Perfect for all age groups and experience levels.
Explore 130km of National Park, saltwater lagoons, and sand dunes.
Enjoy scenic trails and campsites brimming with both native and migratory birds.
Coorong National Park. Younghusband Peninsula.
Wildlife refuge. Stunning surrounds. Campgrounds.
Explore one of Australia’s premier national landscapes and key conservation areas.
Enjoy dramatic views from St Mary’s Peak. Spectacular gorges. Sheltered creeks. And abundant native wildlife.
Flinders Ranges National Park. St Mary’s Peak. Wilpena Pound (Ikara).
Towering mountains. Famous landmarks. Site of natural, cultural, and geological significance.
Explore an island with 509km of Coastline and 155km from the East Coast to the West Coast.
Enjoy white sand pristine beaches. Koalas dozing in gum trees. And pelicans soaring overhead.
Native bushland. Wildlife. And adventure.
Explore the Southern Flinders Ranges. 960m high Mount Remarkable. Quartzite gorges. And creeks lined with river red gums.
Enjoy incredible scenery and the intriguing mix of flora and fauna provided by the arid north and wetter southern regions.
Mount Remarkable National Park.
Views of Willochra Plain and Spencer Gulf.
Key conservation area. Dramatic views. Wide variety of environments and wildlife to experience.
Explore wide lakes, narrow creeks, islands, and wetlands of incredible variety.
Enjoy over 130million-years of natural history, and the traditional home of the Ngarrindjeri and Nganguraku people.
Riverland region. Murray River. Floodplain forests.
130 million year old environment. Rich in history and wildlife.
Explore gorges, natural springs, and mountain ranges.
Enjoy spotting kangaroos, yellow footed rock wallabies, lizards, emus and wedge-tailed eagles as you criss-cross the awe-inspiring landscape.
Warren Gorge. Buckaringa Gorge. Mt Arden.
Awe-inspiring. Rugged terrain. And abundant wildlife.