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Alice Springs Desert Park N T

A visit to the Desert Park can provide excellent opportunities for learning across the Australian curriculum.
Your students will leave the Desert Park with:
an understanding that the Australian deserts are alive, exciting and dynamic
an awareness of the complexity of habitats in Central Australia
heightened intercultural understanding
an appreciation that the desert is an enjoyable place to visit and worth protecting
a feeling of connection to an ancient and beautiful landscape

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Arlberg Ski Centre
Your safe and enjoyable time in the snow is our goal. Hans, Tina and staff are qualified ski and board technicians. They make sure your boots, boards, skis and helmets are in tip top condition when you to hit the slopes. And when you rent your gear from the Arlberg, you receive free on-snow service, if something does go wrong. So you get the benefits of cheaper off-snow rates with on-snow repair or replacement convenience.

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Camp Cypress Baradine

WELCOME TO CAMP CYPRESS.....(02) 6843 1035

Camp Cypress, in north-western NSW, is located at Baradine, gateway to the vast and intriguing forest of The Pilliga.

Camp Cypress is an ideal base for anyone seeking an escape into the Australian bush. Enjoy bushwalks, scenic forest drives and discover hidden gems like the weatherworn caves. The Pilliga is a birdwatcher’s paradise. Follow some of Baradine’s well-marked Bird Routes and you could spot flocks of glossy black cockatoos coming in to drink at the Salt Caves Dam at sundown.

Spanning over 3,000 sq.kms, the Pilliga Forest constitutes the largest continuous remnant of semi-arid woodland in temperate New South Wales, Australia. The forest contains at least 300 native animal species, and more than 230 species of birds; with at least 22 endangered animal species including the Glossy Black Cockatoo, Squirrel Glider, Koala, Pilliga Mouse and Rufous Bettong. There are at least 900 plant species including many threatened plant species.

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Charters TowersVisitor Information Centre

Charters Towers Qld

An excellent choice for your school excursion, where students can learn about the importance of gold mining in the North Queensland region ever since it began in the 1872.

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Discovery Parks Pambula Beach

Discovery Parks - Pambula Beach

 Discovery Parks – Pambula Beach boasts absolute beachfront accommodation. Tucked into the northern tip of the rugged Ben Boyd National Park on the NSW Sapphire Coast, our caravan park is on the doorstep of a nature lover’s paradise: a national park with walking tracks, sheltered inlets and 45 kilometres of rugged coastline. At the Eden Killer Whale Museum, see ‘Old Tom’, the Southern Hemisphere’s only full skeleton of a killer whale. The kids will love the attractions in nearby Merimbula, including Magic Mountain, Mandeni Family Fun Park and wildlife sanctuary, Potoroo Palace.

 

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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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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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