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Cockatoo Island, Sydney Harbour

Cockatoo Island -Sydney Harbour is a great place to take  school students. It's a place to play and a place to learn as they explore the wonders of our past. From a real convict prison to the amazing shipbuilding machines, get ready for their imaginations to run overtime with all that there is to discover on the island.

Excursion programs cover a range of subjects across the primary and secondary curriculum which include colonial history; industrial heritage; changing environments; urban growth and decline; civics and citizenship; art-making and creative response.
Programs are delivered by experienced tour guides and extensive resource materials are available

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Currimundi Active Recreation Centre

The centre is located on the fine, white sands of Currimundi Beach and is conveniently located just north of Caloundra on the Sunshine Coast. It is an ideal location for a wide range of sport and active recreational activities.

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Discovery Parks – Maidens Inn, Moama

The mighty Murray River has a place in the heart of so many Australians. Echuca-Moama, uniquely placed across the borders of NSW and Victoria, is an essential touring holiday stopover. At Discovery Parks – Maidens Inn, Moama you’ll enjoy excellent cabin and caravan accommodation. The whole family will enjoy exploring the rich history of the old port of Echuca, which has been lovingly restored to its glory days. Take a wander through the charming Century-old buildings, and then enjoy afternoon tea. You must see the Port of Echuca Discovery Centre and the National Holden Motor Museum, the largest one make car museum in Australia.

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Edmund Rice Retreat

Winbourne offers overnight accommodation for 120 guests, with a choice of two styles of comfortable, affordable accommodation.

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Glebe Police and Community Youth Club

                                        SYDNEY  GROUP ACCOMMODATION
 Location: 2-4 Minogue Crescent, Glebe 10 minutes to City and Darling Harbour by private transport and 15 minutes by public transport.
 Facilities: Dormitory accommodation for up to 70 plus separate driver room available. ( Note-bunks and mattresses provided but groups must supply their own linen or sleeping bags and pillows.) Recreational room available including table tennis, pool tables, x-box etc.

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Muru Mittigar

Our Centre also offers activities including boomerang throwing,  didgeridoo performances and bush tucker walks.  Schools are also more than welcome to attend our centre for an excursion or we come to you as an incursion. Please note that bookings are essential.
Muru Mittigar provides hands-on cultural encounters with experienced and professional Aboriginal Guides. Our group tours are sure to provide you with a full cultural experience. Depending on the tour type you choose (2 hours – 4 1/2 hours

 

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NT Learning Adventures Darwin

Top End and surrounds

Darwin, the capital of the Northern Territory, perched right on a harbour that is twice the size of Sydney, has a tropical climate, multicultural population and a unique and interesting outdoor lifestyle. The airport welcomes flights from most capital cities, and excursions can encompass a variety of learning areas from science, environmental studies to history and Aboriginal culture.

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NT learning Adventures Uluru and Kata Tjuta National Park

Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park

Internationally recognised as a World Heritage listed area for natural and cultural values, Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park is a popular destination for student groups wanting to gain a deeper understanding of these great monoliths and the culture surrounding them. The park is jointly managed by the Australian government and Anangu traditional owners. Anangu welcome all visitors to learning about the living cultural landscape, including Tjukupa (law, creation stories, and beliefs), Pitjantjatjara (the local language), inma (tradtional song and dance), tools and weapons, bush tucker and more.

Win $1000 Grant towards your school excursion to The NT

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Royal Australian Navy Heritage Centre

 Australian history with a naval perspective you'll love a day out at the Royal Australian Navy Heritage Centre!
Located at the northern end of Garden Island in a public precinct which includes the Centre itself, fortifications from colonial times, 150 year old trees, the first known graffiti in Australia (dating from January 1788) and the old Signal Building from where you can enjoy spectacular 3600 views of Sydney Harbour.
The Heritage Centre tells the story of the Australian Navy from the sailors' viewpoint and contains many exhibitions including the HMAS Sydney Found, 100 Years of Submarines and A Sailor's Life for me featuring a mock-up messdeck.

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