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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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Jondaryan Woolshed

                                                         
Jondaryan Woolshed School Programs are directly linked to the P-10 Curriculum Guidelines for Queensland Schools and cover a broad range of subjects across the various age groups.
Jondaryan Woolshed presents the story of the woolshed from the perspective of traditional cultural history, science and human interaction. To gain the most from your visit prepare students before you arrive by accessing our on-line Teacher and Student resources.

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King's College Brisbane Qld

Our experienced team can tailor the right solution for you. For booking enquiries, please call Madeleine Warner, Director of Marketing & Communications on:
+61 07 3871 9826  or m.warner@kings.uq.edu.au.
                     www.kings.uq.edu.au

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Moreton Island Adventures

Moreton Island is just 75 minutes by catamaran from Brisbane. With endless beaches, untouched bush land, pristine fresh water lakes and amazing turquoise water, Moreton Island provides and un-spoilt natural learning environment for students of all ages. Dormitory and camping accommodation, snorkelling and sand tobogganing, Moreton Island is a very unique destination for educational camps and excursions.

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Mowbray Park Farm

Mowbray Park has been a working farm since 1822. Steeped in history, students discover how farming practices have Mowbray Park School Camp Centre evolved from imported European farming methods, to the environmentally sustainable practices that Mowbray Park employs today.

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National Centre Of  Indigenous Excellence

 The National Centre of Indigenous Excellence (NCIE) offers secure, convenient and comfortable campus-style accommodation in Sydneyʼs CBD. The campus features dorm-style lodging that can accommodate up to 110 people. Each of our comfortable rooms sleep between three and six guests and has an en-suite bathroom. There is a state-of-the-art security system for peace of mind. And the complex is entirely wheelchair accessible.


 

 

 

 

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NT Learning Adventures Alice Springs and Surrounds

 Alice Springs and surrounds

Located in the heart of Australia’s outback, Alice Springs offers an excellent variety of adventurous education excursions that fulfil a range of curriculum requirements.  Central Australia has a true desert climate. Clear sunny days with colder winter nights and little rain make for interesting flora and fauna in the area. 

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NT Learning Adventures Katherine and Surrounds

Kakadu and Katherine

Kakadu and Katherine, both just a 3 hour drive from Darwin, offer some immersive culture programs, important sustainability programs and loads of hands on activities that will keep the students entertained while they learn. Kakadu National Park, a World Heritage asset, covers almost 20,000 square kilometres – that’s almost half the size of Switzerland. Ranger guided activities are available through Kakadu National Park especially for schools,

 
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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.

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