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Excursions

$18.50

Experience the tranquil peace of a Chinese Garden, the bustling chaos of Chinatown and the smell of fresh dumplings. This lively and colourful excursion will have your students immersed within authentic Asian culture as they learn and discover the history of Australia’s connections with Asia. Students observe water dragons among luscious bamboo forests, rest amongst colourful lanterns, discover their own zodiac sign and learn Mandarin calligraphy writing before working in teams to consolidate their newfound knowledge to win The Amazing Race. On this jam-packed and fast paced adventure, students learn about the diversity of the world’s people and investigate how places, people and cultures differ across the world. They explore and reflect upon similarities, differences and the importance of intercultural understanding as they wander the hidden laneways of Chinatown and the majestic Chinese gardens of friendship. An authentic and exciting experience your students will never forget!

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Aboriginal Experience

$22.00

Immerse your students in one of the world’s oldest surviving cultures, surrounded by azure beaches and native bushland. Take them back thousands of years through observing Aboriginal tools, weapons and archaeological artefacts, learning about what makes places special to different people, how we can look after these places and how stories of the past are told and shared. On this action-packed day in our great outdoors, the experienced Gumaraa Rangers will take your students searching for bush tucker, let them try their hand at boomerang throwing, and even partake in a traditional Ochre Ceremony. Teachers and students alike will leave in awe of the richness of Aboriginal culture and awash in knowledge about the original custodians of this land.

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Aboriginal Experience

$22.00

In an action-packed day full of engaging activities such as spear making, bush tucker walks and face painting with traditional ocre clay, students will have the opportunity to immerse themselves in the rich Aboriginal culture, learning about the traditions and culture of the original custodians of this land. The Gumaraa Rangers will introduce your students to the history of the Aboriginal culture, sharing Dreamtime stories, how they used tools and made shelters, and help them understand the Aboriginal kinship structures, both past and present. Students can observe traditional Aboriginal language greetings from local lands and learn about the Aboriginal peoples’ connection to their land, and what has changed over time. It’s a day about creating links from the past to our present - a day they will surely never forget!

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Aboriginal Experience

$22.00

Before the First Fleet arrived on Australian shores, what was the Aboriginal way of life? Why did the Europeans settle in Australia? How did the Aboriginal culture change after their arrival? All these questions - and many more - will be answered on this culturally invigorating excursion. The Gumaraa Rangers will guide your students through the traditions of one of the world’s oldest surviving cultures, teaching them about Aboriginal life before European settlement, the nature and consequences of contact between the Indigenous people and the settlers, and show them first-hand the integral part music, art and language had in their traditions. It’s an action-packed day that will surely have your students talking for weeks!

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Aboriginal Experience

$22.00

Do you want your students to learn about traditional Aboriginal languages from the land they live on? Would you like them to be able to identify the special relationships Aboriginal people have with their land? Would your students enjoy an interactive day filled with exciting activities such as boomerang-throwing, string-making and participating in a traditional ochre and smoke ceremony? If so, let us take the planning off your hands. In this excursion, students will learn about Australia pre- and post European settlement, discussing the Aborignal way of life before the First Fleet landed on Australian shores - such as what they traded, what they ate, and how settlement changed one of the world’s oldest surviving cultures forever.

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Illawarra Fly Treetops

$20.00

In an action-packed day full of engaging activities such as spear making, bush tucker walks and face painting with traditional ocre clay, students will have the opportunity to immerse themselves in the rich Aboriginal culture, learning about the traditions and culture of the original custodians of this land. The Gumaraa Rangers will introduce your students to the history of the Aboriginal culture, sharing Dreamtime stories, how they used tools and made shelters, and help them understand the Aboriginal kinship structures, both past and present. Students can observe traditional Aboriginal language greetings from local lands and learn about the Aboriginal peoples’ connection to their land, and what has changed over time. It’s a day about creating links from the past to our present - a day they will surely never forget!

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Illawarra Fly Treetops

$20.00

Before the First Fleet arrived on Australian shores, what was the Aboriginal way of life? Why did the Europeans settle in Australia? How did the Aboriginal culture change after their arrival? All these questions - and many more - will be answered on this culturally invigorating excursion. The Gumaraa Rangers will guide your students through the traditions of one of the world’s oldest surviving cultures, teaching them about Aboriginal life before European settlement, the nature and consequences of contact between the Indigenous people and the settlers, and show them first-hand the integral part music, art and language had in their traditions. It’s an action-packed day that will surely have your students talking for weeks!

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Illawarra Fly Treetops

$20.00

Do you want your students to learn about traditional Aboriginal languages from the land they live on? Would you like them to be able to identify the special relationships Aboriginal people have with their land? Would your students enjoy an interactive day filled with exciting activities such as boomerang-throwing, string-making and participating in a traditional ochre and smoke ceremony? If so, let us take the planning off your hands. In this excursion, students will learn about Australia pre- and post European settlement, discussing the Aborignal way of life before the First Fleet landed on Australian shores - such as what they traded, what they ate, and how settlement changed one of the world’s oldest surviving cultures forever.

Find out more

Illawarra Fly Treetops

$20.00

Immerse your students in one of the world’s oldest surviving cultures, surrounded by azure beaches and native bushland. Take them back thousands of years through observing Aboriginal tools, weapons and archaeological artefacts, learning about what makes places special to different people, how we can look after these places and how stories of the past are told and shared. On this action-packed day in our great outdoors, the experienced Gumaraa Rangers will take your students searching for bush tucker, let them try their hand at boomerang throwing, and even partake in a traditional Ochre Ceremony. Teachers and students alike will leave in awe of the richness of Aboriginal culture and awash in knowledge about the original custodians of this land.

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