Camp Jungai offers a unique and convenient camping experience for school children of all ages. Camp Jungai provides unique opportunities to explore new ideas, different cultures, new environments and new people. Located on Taungurong grounds, Camp Jungai takes pride in offering a wide range of Outdoor Education and indigenous awareness activities.
Step into the 19th Century penal system and experience a day in the life of a prisoner, encounter the conditions and seasonal impacts any time of year. Our passionate tour guides will animate the realities of life behind bars with stories of break outs and penance.
The Excursion Hub Dubbo Region is your one stop to secure an excursion to remember. Delivering itineraries across Old Dubbo Gaol, Wellington Caves and Western Plains Cultural Centre we can pack their day full of immersive activities, no matter how many students in your group we will deliver an itinerary so full the bus trip home will be one of happy exhaustion.
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.
Location: Sydney, Sydney Surrounds, Country, Outback, North Coast, South Coast, NSW
A BREATHTAKING JOURNEY INTO THE TREASURES OF ANCIENT CIVILIZATIONS! - The Tut Roadshow is a purpose-built semi-trailer that will bring the wonders of Ancient Egypt into schools up and down the East Coast of Australia.
Captivate students in our contemporary Art Gallery, challenge their interpretations across a variety of visual art exhibitions or see local stories and depictions of an era gone by. Our tutors can foster their creativity and extend their understanding of our Museum and Gallery beyond the classroom.
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