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The Gulf Savannah Region Queensland

Welcome to the Gulf Savannah Region. We invite you to be our guests as you unearth the
wonders and history of this mineral rich region. Through Inland Ocean, Volcanic eruption,
Indigenous history, Pioneering discovery, Mining booms, Farming influence, this land
encompasses the vast and rich heritage of Australia whilst maintaining the ancient
landscapes.
The Gulf Savannah offers your students the opportunity to explore the geology and natural process
formed over millions of years:

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The Original Gold Rush Colony Mogo NSW

Gold Rush Colony caters for educational school day excursions, school camps, coach tours, groups of all sizes and the disabled as well as individual tourists and sightseers.

Outstanding School Excursion Destination NSW ......4.5 star rating XXXX (2016 )

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Uluru Camel Tours

 Uluru Camel Tours

Uluru Camel Tours is Australia largest camel farm with more than 60 working camels. Your students will enjoy a fun and interactive experience with us. After a camel ride, students can wander through our saddlery where we hand-make our own saddles from scratch using original antique tools and methods. Learn from the “Australian Cameleers Exhibition’ a colourful and informative display of Central Australian history.

They’ll meet our outback Cameleers, hear their stories and learn the history behind some of Australia’s greatest and bravest explorers, pioneers, Afghan cameleers, ANZAC cameleers and Aborigines.

We cater for children 10 -18 years old, large group sizes and we can customise excursions to align with the curriculum or your current classroom studies.

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Yarrawarra Aboriginal Cultural Centre


Yarrawarra Aboriginal Cultural Centre’s unique features

There are no similar centres or facilities that offer a unique cultural experience such as that offered by Yarrawarra.

Yarrawarra Aboriginal Cultural Centre is located at Corindi Beach, 30 minutes north of Coffs Harbour, midway between Sydney and Brisbane, on the traditional homelands of the Garby Elders and the Gumbaynggirr People.
Facilities
Nuralamee Conference and Accommodation Centre feature’s a main conference/meeting room that can seat up to 150 guests.
The two accommodation wings (male / female) accommodate 70 people, with catering facilities including Chef, fully equipped commercial kitchen, an undercover BBQ area, and a large grassy outdoor area for receptions, sports, dance and relaxation.
Wadjar Regional Indigenous Art Gallery showcases the works of regional Aboriginal artists and features an extensive display of fine arts & crafts to promote access to and the understanding and development of the Gumbaynggirr culture and coastal Aboriginal visual arts.
Jalumbo Cultural Heritage Keeping Place houses important archaeological items tracking nearly 4000 years of north-east Gumbaynggirr history. The collection includes both oral & photographic recordings, and archives.

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YHA Sydney Harbour

Don’t miss the opportunity to stay in a stunning harbourside location in The Rocks. The new Sydney Harbour YHA offers purpose-built group accommodation above The Big Dig, an exciting archaeological dig site.

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