Outdoor Education / Camp

Outdoor Education / Camp : Australia

Australia is home to a diverse range of natural environments, making it an ideal destination for outdoor education programs.


1. The Great Barrier Reef - This natural wonder of the world offers excellent opportunities for snorkelling, diving, and marine biology education.


2. The Blue Mountains National Park - Located near Sydney, this park features stunning rock formations, waterfalls, and hiking trails.


3. The Grampians National Park - This park in Victoria offers opportunities for hiking, rock climbing, and abseiling, as well as opportunities to learn about indigenous culture and history.


4. Wilsons Promontory National Park - Located in Victoria, this park offers coastal walks, wildlife viewing, and opportunities for marine biology education.


5. Kakadu National Park - Located in the Northern Territory, this park offers opportunities for learning about Aboriginal culture and history, as well as wildlife viewing and hiking.


6. The Daintree Rainforest - Located in Queensland, this rainforest offers opportunities for learning about ecology and biodiversity, as well as birdwatching and hiking.


7. The Kimberley - Located in Western Australia, this remote and rugged region offers opportunities for learning about indigenous culture and history, as well as hiking and wildlife viewing.


8. The Flinders Ranges - Located in South Australia, this range offers opportunities for hiking and geological education, as well as learning about indigenous culture and history.


These are just a few of the many places for outdoor education in Australia. Each state and territory has its unique natural environments and cultural experiences to offer.


We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the land. We pay our respects to their Elders, past and present, and the Aboriginal Elders of other communities who may be there today



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