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 Victoria’s highest mountain peaks.
Enjoy a wide range of activities and breathtaking environments.
Alpine National Park. Adjoins Kosciusko National Park.
Alpine landscapes. Mountain peaks. High plains and high country huts.
Explore the Wimmera Plains and Mount Arapiles.
Enjoy some of Australia’s most challenging rock climbing.
Mount Arapiles-Tooan State Park.
Cliffs. Crags. And Pinnacles.
Explore coastal lagoons and sand dunes.
Enjoy world famous landmarks by land and sea.
System of coastal lagoons. Separated from Tasman Sea by coastal dunes of Ninety Mile Beach.
End point for seven independent rivers.
Explore one of Victoria’s most popular natural areas.
Enjoy panoramic views and historically significant Aboriginal rock art.
The Grampians. Surrounded by the Western Plains.
Sandstone mountains ranges. Forests.
Waterfalls. Abundant wildlife.
Great South West
Explore 250km of the Great Southwest Walk.
Enjoy seeing wedge-tailed eagles, sugar gliders, bandicoots, wombats, red-faced kangaroos, estuarine seals and other native wildlife up close.
Lower Glenelg National Park. And Discovery Bay.
Coastal beach. Limestone cliffs and caves. Woodland forests. Sand dunes. Glenelg River.
Explore Mallee country.
Enjoy freshwater lakes and woodlands teaming with wildlife.
Hattah-Kulkyne National Park. Adjoins Murray-Kulkyne Park.
Freshwater lakes. Creeks. Native pine woodlands. Variety of flora and fauna.
Explore 27,750ha of protected natural park.
Enjoy breathtaking scenery and invigorating activities by lake and land.
Lake Eildon National Park. Foothills of Central Highlands, Victoria.
Dense forest. High hills. Vast lake.
Explore five contrasting landscapes via one river.
Enjoy diverse terrains, wildlife, and communities.
The Murray River.
South-eastern Australia. Lake Hume. Yarrawonga. Barmah Forest.
Explore the magnificent Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area, including Cradle Mountain and Lake St Clair.
Enjoy “Australia’s best kept secret”; so called for iconic landscapes featuring glacially-carved valleys, ancient rainforest, eucalypt forest, golden button grass moorlands, and alpine meadows.
Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park. World Heritage Area.M
Wild. Picturesque. Unforgettable.
Explore Shallow Inlet.
Enjoy a secluded and peaceful setting nestled between Waratah Bay and the peaks of Wilsons Promontory.
Waratah Bay. And Wilsons Promontory.
Sheltered waters. Tranquil environment.
Explore the southernmost tip of Australia.
Enjoy rainforest, granite mountains, beaches, and marine national park.
Tidal River. And Bass Strait.
Marine national park. Diverse flora and fauna.