Museum Of Fire

The Museum of Fire is located in Museum Drive Penrith, just two minutes’ walk from Penrith Railway Station.  As Australia’s premier fire safety education center The Museum of Fire provides a unique excursion venue and learning experience for students and teachers alike.

For Students and Teachers alike the highlight of the visit is the dress up role play, Fire Engine Rides and the Junior Firefighters Training Activities Area.

The Museum of Fire is a community museum. The museum is uniquely placed to educate of our families in the dangers of fire, particuarly families and children, whilst also preserving the heroic heritage of our fire services.

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Museum of Human Disease

The Museum of Human Disease was established by Professor Donald Wilhelm, foundation Professor of Pathology at the University of New South Wales. Thanks to his foresight, and to the tireless efforts of Dr S.G. Higgins (Museum Curator of longstanding), the Museum has been meticulously updated and maintained over the years to reflect the changing patterns of disease in our society.

As the structure of Medical Schools have changed, so too have Pathology Museums. The need for a more inviting study area was evident. For many years the Museum, although rich in terms of its history and specimen collection, was simply an area where these specimens only were housed. In order for Museum visits to become attractive, the atmosphere had to change.

Visitors can expect an air-conditioned environment, adequately labelled and catalogued bays, separate special exhibition areas and an interactive Medical Computer Discovery lab. The addition of a Museum Manager, Education Officer and a full-time technical officer has helped with the constant maintenance of the Museum and making public outreach programs possible.


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National  Motor Racing Museum Bathurst

The National Motor Racing Museum is located in the regional New South Wales city of Bathurst, approximately 200 km west of Sydney.
Hours: Open · Closes 4:30PM
Phone: (02) 6332 1872

The National Motor Racing Museum is located alongside the world famous racing circuit, Mount Panorama.

While Mount Panorama and the Bathurst 1000 is at the heart of its displays, the Museum looks across the spectrum of Australian Motor Racing.

The histories of speedway, solar, drag racing, rally cars, open wheelers, sports cars and touring cars are on display.

Motorbike racing and its history is featured in the Museum.

Here at the National Motor Racing Museum the history, personalities and achievements of Australian Motor Sports are celebrated. If you're interested in motor racing, come and visit us!

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National Centre Of  Indigenous Excellence

 The National Centre of Indigenous Excellence (NCIE) offers secure, convenient and comfortable campus-style accommodation in Sydneyʼs CBD. The campus features dorm-style lodging that can accommodate up to 110 people. Each of our comfortable rooms sleep between three and six guests and has an en-suite bathroom. There is a state-of-the-art security system for peace of mind. And the complex is entirely wheelchair accessible.





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National Gallery of Australia

The National Gallery of Australia's collections include more than 100,000 works of art across four main areas: Australian art, Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander art, Asian art and International art.


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NSW Rail Museum

 NSW RAIL MUSEUM .... THIRLMERE  NSW , only an hour south west of Sydney and in easy reach of Canberra, Wollongong and the South Coast.Since 1975 the Thirlmere site has been home to a significant collection of rail heritage items and with the upgrade of facilities and recent opening of the new exhibition buildingis now a major regional heritage attraction.

 The school visits program supports the following units of the Science & Technology and HSIE Curricula:

Science & Technology - Stage 1: Getting about; Stage 2: Out and about; Stage 3: On the move.

HSIE - Stage 1: Transport; Stage 4/5 History: compulsory site study


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NT Learning Adventures Alice Springs and Surrounds

 Alice Springs and surrounds

Located in the heart of Australia’s outback, Alice Springs offers an excellent variety of adventurous education excursions that fulfil a range of curriculum requirements.  Central Australia has a true desert climate. Clear sunny days with colder winter nights and little rain make for interesting flora and fauna in the area. 

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NT Learning Adventures Darwin

Top End and surrounds

Darwin, the capital of the Northern Territory, perched right on a harbour that is twice the size of Sydney, has a tropical climate, multicultural population and a unique and interesting outdoor lifestyle. The airport welcomes flights from most capital cities, and excursions can encompass a variety of learning areas from science, environmental studies to history and Aboriginal culture.

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NT Learning Adventures Katherine and Surrounds

Kakadu and Katherine

Kakadu and Katherine, both just a 3 hour drive from Darwin, offer some immersive culture programs, important sustainability programs and loads of hands on activities that will keep the students entertained while they learn. Kakadu National Park, a World Heritage asset, covers almost 20,000 square kilometres – that’s almost half the size of Switzerland. Ranger guided activities are available through Kakadu National Park especially for schools,

Win$1000 Grant towards your school excursion to the NT

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