TEAM building is where participants are given an opportunity to learn team-building skills; working together problem-solving and communicating effectively and mindfulness to complete various fun games. Low ropes and balance logs create a higher difficulty for older participants requiring balance, and support and help build leadership skills.
Bushwalking can occur in a diverse range of environments/natural areas, it can be a short family walk, a day walk, an outdoor education expedition, or as part of an overnight hike. During this activity, participants will learn what to do when preparing themselves to bushwalk through Australia’s natural bush and coastlines. From packing a backpack, to snake bite preparedness, shelter builds, or lighting a fire to keep warm, there are many new skills to learn from a half day with our lead instructors. Participants will also learn different ways to navigate themselves when out in remote locations. Overnight camping in a tent or cooking meals is an additional option available on request.
1.5 hours of instructor-facilitated activities, available between 7.00 pm and 8.30 pm. Select one activity from these options:
Quiz Night, Minute to Win It, or Firepit Games (seasonal).
Scavenger Hunt: This self-facilitated activity is available for teachers via email prior to camp. The scavenger hunt is designed to allow participants to navigate their camp school grounds, find objects, and answer important questions about each specific site, including dorm rules, the location of meals, and important safety notices.