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Aboriginal Culture

Australian Stockmans Hall of Fame

  •  School Excursion destination attractions
  • Australian Stockmans Hall of Fame
  • Qantas Founders Outback Museum, Longreach
  • Powerhouse Museum, Longreach
  • Workers Heritage Centre, Barcaldine
  • Waltzing Matilda Centre, Winton
  • Blackall Wool Scour, Blackall
  • Richmond Kronosuarus Korner Fossills
  • Mount Isa
  • Cosmos Observatory Charleville
  • Flinders Discovery Centre Hughenden
  • Julia Creek Dunnart Centre
  • Outback Aussie Tours
  • Outback Pioneers Longreach

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Central Australia Experience

Central Australia lies not only in the heart of Australia; it lies in the hearts of Australians.

                                Our Country, Our Land, Our Heart.

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Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary

We have been teaching students about wildlife and conservation for a long time

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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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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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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,

 
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NT learning Adventures Uluru and Kata Tjuta National Park

Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park

Internationally recognised as a World Heritage listed area for natural and cultural values, Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park is a popular destination for student groups wanting to gain a deeper understanding of these great monoliths and the culture surrounding them. The park is jointly managed by the Australian government and Anangu traditional owners. Anangu welcome all visitors to learning about the living cultural landscape, including Tjukupa (law, creation stories, and beliefs), Pitjantjatjara (the local language), inma (tradtional song and dance), tools and weapons, bush tucker and more.

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