The National Library of Australia is the 9th largest library in the world and the biggest information source in the world to learn about Australia, through more than 3 milllion books and 9 million newspapers, maps, handwritten manuscripts, pictures, Australian magazines, websites and oral history recordings.
Visit Cockington Green on your next school excursion to the ACT - A display of miniature buildings & gardens from around the World. This spectacular display, which first opened in 1979, still continues to expand and evolve.
Overlooking the calm waters of Horseshoe Bay and the Southern Ocean beyond, Port Elliot YHA is the perfect place to stay with your school group, all year round. We offer a great range of multi-share rooms, as well as double/twin rooms and even the option to book entire property for exclusive use! We can accommodate groups of up to 60 people.
Based in the World Heritage Listed Fremantle Prison, this property offers a truly unique experience for your school group. With a range of multi-share and private rooms, dedicated group areas and much more, we can plan your perfect group getaway. We can accommodate groups of up to 100 people.
Parliament House is the meeting place of our nation. It offers a dynamic experience just by visiting the building. The unique blend of impressive architecture, a stunning art collection and beautiful landscape makes Parliament House one of our nation's most important buildings.
Location: Sydney, Sydney Surrounds, Blue Mountains, NSW
The Museum of Sydney offers a thought-provoking school excursion educational experience for students in Stage 2 and Stage 4. Our programs are closely linked to the NSW Syllabus for the Australian Curriculum: History K-10 and engage students in an investigation of Sydney’s early history on the site of First Government House.
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