Want the latest guidelines on dealing with allergy? Want the latest listings for new camps and excursions? Want to know how to make billy tea and damper around the campfire?

The Australian Directory of School Activities, Excursions and Accommodation is your one-stop resource for keeping you and your school in the loop – so you can plan fabulous and awe-inspiring excursions and camps!

Wednesday, 29 June, 2022 - 01:00
Teachers Tips for Avoiding Burnout

Can you remember a time when you felt energised and engaged by your work? When you enjoyed the challenges the day presented. You felt valuable, productive and capable, and you felt relaxed in your time off?

Lately, that feels like a thing of the past. It feels like the work is never ending and the expectations too high. You’re exhausted all the time, you feel resentful and underappreciated and you can’t see an end in sight.

Monday, 27 June, 2022 - 16:30
Safe Exercise for Children

We know that being physically active is good for children’s physical development, emotional health and learning at school. But how do you ensure safe exercise for students when they are in your care on a school camp, school activity or school excursion?

This article contains simple measures to ensure children remain safe while they exercise – without reducing the fun factor.

Tuesday, 7 June, 2022 - 10:15
School Excursions Sydney
  • Located just over an hour from Sydney
  • Students can ride onboard a 1920s railmotor
  • Choose a self or guide-led tour
  • Teacher notes and resources provided
  • A 5-hectare site with an impressive collection of rolling stock and other rail heritage items.

The NSW Rail Museum immerses students in the State’s rich rail history, with its vast collection and interactive displays providing hands-on teaching and learning opportunities. Students can even enjoy a short heritage train ride along the historic Loop Line, formally known as the Great Southern Railway, which brought economic opportunities to the region in the 1860s.

Wednesday, 1 June, 2022 - 12:00
GoClimb School Excursions Melbourne

Did you know that GoClimb offers a range of structured packages for school groups that are designed to support young and growing bodies at a physical and mental level?

Wednesday, 1 June, 2022 - 11:30
Entermission VR School Excursions Melbourne and Sydney

Finding a unique and fun school excursion for a large group of students is no easy task, particularly if you want the students to have a fun and memorable time yet also meeting Key Learning Outcomes.

Thursday, 26 May, 2022 - 16:15
School Excursions Bendigo

Bendigo was once the richest producer of gold in the world, yielding over 700,000kg during its iconic gold rush. This would be worth a staggering $56 billion in today’s prices!

Thursday, 19 May, 2022 - 15:00

The St John the Baptist Freshwater school descended on One Mile Beach at the weekend for their annual school family camp trip. 

Monday, 16 May, 2022 - 16:45
School Excursions

Having been lucky enough to teach in various education sectors in several countries I’ve encountered lots of interesting examples of teaching beyond the classroom. 

Thursday, 5 May, 2022 - 16:45
Australian Reptile Park School Excursions

At the Australian Reptile Park, we believe in mixing education with fun and the result is an exciting educational experience that will be remembered for years! Our shows are designed specially to align with the New South Wales school curriculum whilst creating a truly a hands-on experience for your students.

When it comes to the ‘Living World’ component of the Science and Technology K-6 Syllabus, nothing is more engaging that having an immersive and hands-on experience.

Wednesday, 4 May, 2022 - 16:45
Civics - School Excursions

Young people are increasingly passionate about driving the conversation on issues facing our society – from climate change and mental health, to equity and discrimination.

Last year’s School Strike 4 Climate events – part of a global youth-led movement calling for urgent action on climate change – was testament to the growing ‘voice’ of young Australians, as thousands of students walked out of their classroom to join events around the country.