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geography

$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

geography/history

$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

geography/history

$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.

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pdhpe

$20.00

Explore the themes of inclusion and respectful relationships on this engaging and hands-on excursion at Symbio Wildlife Park. Through interactive presentations with animals and two guided walks through various animal enclosures, students will observe and analyse the effects of actions that enhance or disrupt relationships using animals to highlight these themes. Let us address the issue of bullying in a non-threatening and interactive way, while promoting and highlighting the importance of respectful relationships for all living things. On this excursion, students will learn the importance of being inclusive and discover how their own uniqueness shapes who they are. Students will discuss how empathy, inclusion and respect are important in their relationships and how their own actions can impact themselves and others. Let us provide your students with a memorable and engaging learning experience with a fresh, new perspective of these important and universal issues.

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history

$18.50

Walk in the footsteps and learn the tales of real colonial settlers as your students dive deep into the secret laneways, buildings and historical sites of The Rocks, Sydney. On this exciting, hands-on and even gruesome excursion, your students will experience life as a convict for a day in the authentic setting where colonial Australia began. Beginning with breathtaking views of Circular Quay, students will be in costume and in character as they actively participate in this unforgettable interactive learning experience. Students will learn about the lives of real people in Australia's colonial past, discover how Australian society changed throughout the twentieth century and examine the everyday life of a variety of men and women in post-1800 colonial settlements. Jam packed with extensive history, fun facts, games and even ghost stories, this memorable excursion delivers a fresh new way to deliver Australia’s history which will have your students eagerly interacting, participating and excitedly hanging off every word!

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geography

$18.50

The warmer months in Australia have seen our country set ablaze, making fire awareness and safety an essential priority for ALL Australian citizens. More relevant than ever before, this interactive and hands-on excursion will have your students exploring areas directly affected by real bushfires and experiencing first-hand the impact fire has on native Australian flora and fauna. Students will conduct their own geological tests and explore bioindicators through fishing and bug catching activities, making direct comparisons to fire and non-fire affected areas. As they walk through, witness and smell for themselves a range of fire affected areas, students will observe how environments have adapted to fires and examine the management of different places. They will explore the impact bushfires have on Australian people, places and environments and investigate ways people can reduce the impact of bushfires in the future. Students will have the opportunity to dress up in genuine Rural Fire Service, State Emergency Service and NSW Fire and Rescue outfits and learn about the different roles of our Firefighting heroes and how they manage backburning, hazard reductions and natural fire disasters. This informative excursion will have your students engaged and immersed in the topic of bushfires, which has become so prevalent to all Australians.

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science

$900.00

Let us shed a new light onto electricity and energy in this exciting and action packed learning experience! In this engaging fast-paced incursion, students investigate how electrical energy can control movement with a range of STEM based activities and challenges. In just two hours, your students will make their very own electrical circuits, solar ovens AND wind turbines! Working within teams in competitive games, students will be eagerly participating and enthusiastically motivated as they investigate and discover first-hand how electricity can be used in a product while observing different types of energy transformations. Let us spark student interest in this fun and memorable session where you won’t even have to leave the front gate!

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geography

$18.50

Come with us, as we take you to the only rainforest in Sydney! This secret spot will have your students walking along untouched creeks, bushwalking through pristine vegetation and hugging our state’s tallest trees. Students are immersed within a range of natural settings, exploring and learning first-hand how people and environments influence one another. Our experienced Rangers will take your students fishing and bug catching on a platypus reserve while sharing their expertise, examining the diverse features and characteristics of rainforest and coastal environments. Students will discover the importance of natural environments and recognise how human influence through early settlement has dramatically altered these ecosystems. Using provided temperature gauges and anemometers, students will put on their science hats to record and compare the geographical data of these environments, identifying key similarities and differences. What better way to learn about the factors that shape places than an exciting, action packed Ranger Jamie adventure day amongst nature!

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Illawarra Fly Treetops

geography

$20.00

Come with us, as we take you to the only rainforest in Sydney! This secret spot will have your students walking along untouched creeks, bushwalking through pristine vegetation and hugging our state’s tallest trees. Students are immersed within a range of natural settings, exploring and learning first-hand how people and environments influence one another. Our experienced Rangers will take your students fishing and bug catching on a platypus reserve while sharing their expertise, examining the diverse features and characteristics of rainforest and coastal environments. Students will discover the importance of natural environments and recognise how human influence through early settlement has dramatically altered these ecosystems. Using provided temperature gauges and anemometers, students will put on their science hats to record and compare the geographical data of these environments, identifying key similarities and differences. What better way to learn about the factors that shape places than an exciting, action packed Ranger Jamie adventure day amongst nature!

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