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Year 12 Program Observations Last month I was lucky enough to catch glimpses of a program that was part of a year 12 retreat. A local school had used our camp as a base for their Year 12 program. The teachers had spent many hours planning their own workshops and powerpoint presentations to deliver to the group. This got me thinking of the values of school camps and the potential for outcomes. On arrival When the group first arrived, yeah sure there was some excitement and smiles, and everyone seemed happy to be there. But at the same time, there was this sense of uncertainty around the group. And most people stuck with those that they already knew. During camp ...

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Four New School Camp Programs We are excited to announce four new School Camp Programs. Beechworth Cultural and Historical Migrants and Military Indigenous Culture Local Museums – History Each of these Programs come in two or three-day options, are full of adventure and designed to be inclusive, challenging,  hands-on, fun and educational. The Programs are adaptable to suit the age group participating, to develop their skill set and meet your group camp objectives. Mix and match your experiences and tailor a package to meet your outcomes. The days are filled with a range of activities to ensure even the most active participants stay engaged. Our trained and experienced team work with you to provide the best possible experience for both the ...

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Wodonga School group activity

Wodonga Schools come to Great Aussie School Camps. We recently hosted school camps for primary and secondary students from two Wodonga schools and there was a great atmosphere around the park. One group brought 100 students with ten teachers and parents. They had a jam-packed day visit full of activities such as: canoeing rock climbing flying fox geocaching low ropes team games, and bush hut building. The second group had 24 children with three teachers and parents. This group stayed for two nights in our dormitory accommodation. The group participated in: archery canoeing rock climbing bush hut building orienteering bushwalking, and frisbee throwing. Both groups not only had fun, they were exposed to lifelong skills such as: communication teamwork, and ...

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