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Baden Powell Scout Centre

 The Baden – Powell Scout Centre is situated on 36 hectares adjoining the  Lane Cove National Park, the  Baden- Powell Scout Centre offers modern flexible training facilities, cabin style accommodation for over 100 and recreational facilities with full catering available in a bush land setting only 25 kms  from the Sydney CBD which makes us an ideal base for your Sydney visit!
Once you arrive at the Centre you feel a million miles from the hustle and bustle of city life, yet you are only relatively short distances from SYDNEY CBD

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Calmsley Hill City Farm

Calmsley Hill City Farm is a farm-based attraction, close to the heart of Sydney, just off the M7, a place where children and adults can enjoy a variety of exciting shows and exhibits. Get up close to a range of native and farmyard animals.

              Experience the best of rural Australia In Sydneys own Backyard

                                               School Group Programs

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Edmund Rice Retreat

Winbourne offers overnight accommodation for 120 guests, with a choice of two styles of comfortable, affordable accommodation.

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Glebe Police and Community Youth Club

                                        SYDNEY  GROUP ACCOMMODATION
 Location: 2-4 Minogue Crescent, Glebe 10 minutes to City and Darling Harbour by private transport and 15 minutes by public transport.
 Facilities: Dormitory accommodation for up to 70 plus separate driver room available. ( Note-bunks and mattresses provided but groups must supply their own linen or sleeping bags and pillows.) Recreational room available including table tennis, pool tables, x-box etc.

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Lessons Afloat

 Lessons Afloat has been successfully conducting excursions for school groups for over 32 years on Sydney Harbour - a stimulating and diverse learning environment.
 

A Lessons Afloat excursion provides students with fieldwork opportunities in the real world such as observation, recording, and mapping. Exploration of different issues and have been planned to achieve the Education Department's syllabus outcomes.
 
Students are encouraged to bring a camera to enhance their fieldwork activities.
 
Key competencies of identifying, analysing and organising information and communicating ideas and information are integral to each excursion.
 
The excursions are designed with emphasis on student participation ( we do not provide a standard guided tour ).
 
Each excursion is literally a lesson afloat, on board a private ferry.

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Muru Mittigar

Our Centre also offers activities including boomerang throwing,  didgeridoo performances and bush tucker walks.  Schools are also more than welcome to attend our centre for an excursion or we come to you as an incursion. Please note that bookings are essential.
Muru Mittigar provides hands-on cultural encounters with experienced and professional Aboriginal Guides. Our group tours are sure to provide you with a full cultural experience. Depending on the tour type you choose (2 hours – 4 1/2 hours

 

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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 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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