Date: Thursday 5 July (2.15am) to Friday 20 July (8.00am) 2018 more information can be found in the link below
The planned route in this trip will take in some of the most spectacular and exciting country that outback Australia has to offer. The trip is a 16-day adventure that will give students experiences that will stay with them for a lifetime. Our country and its many cultures, especially the Outback and indigenous culture, are exciting and should be experienced first hand – not just in the classroom. highlights of the trip will include traveling to the world famous Litchfield and Kakadu NP’s Katherine Gorge, bush camping in the middle of nowhere, visiting Alice Springs and local attractions, walking and experiencing the absolute beauty and awe of kings canyon, Uluru and Kata Tjuta, sleeping underground at Coober Pedy, plus many more! We will also be working over a couple of days with the indigenous people of a remote community helping them with practical tasks around the place. Early in term 2 there will be an information night at the college to go through the many details of the trip. More information on this will be available later.
If you would like more information, the enquires can be made by phoning Mr Smith at the College on 6043 7500 or to secure a spot on the trip a $350 deposit must be made. Please note that numbers are limited to 40 students and whilst we use a “first in” approach with deposits to secure a place, the College reserves the right to review each students place on the trip based on their behavior and work & effort in class.
Outdoor Education Coordinator