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Explore the Northern Territory: An Unforgettable Outback Classroom Experience

Are you searching for an extraordinary educational adventure for your students?

Look no further than the Northern Territory, where learning comes to life in the heart of the Australian outback. Our Northern Territory destination specialist, Michael Fitzgerald, has recently returned from an immersive one-week cultural and educational journey, and he’s ready to guide your students through an unforgettable experience.

Indigenous Culture Immersion
One of the highlights of this unique journey is the opportunity for your students to gain an incredible insight into Indigenous culture. The Northern Territory is a treasure trove of history and tradition, and your students will have the chance to learn from the local Indigenous communities. From discovering the secrets of bush medicine to savouring bush tucker, to understanding the art of hunting and gathering, your students will be captivated by the rich heritage of the Aboriginal people. They’ll also witness the ingenuity of hand-crafted tools used for various purposes.

Sleep Under the Stars
Imagine your students sleeping out under the vast, star-studded outback sky. It’s an experience like no other, where they’ll learn about our galaxy, constellations, and the magic of the night. This immersive connection to nature is bound to be a memory they’ll cherish forever.

Wildlife Encounters
A trip to the Northern Territory wouldn’t be complete without a visit to the Alice Springs Desert Park and Alice Springs Reptile Centre. Here, your students will gain a deeper appreciation for the unique wildlife that thrives in this harsh desert environment. They’ll witness fascinating creatures up close and learn about the delicate balance of life in the outback.

Educational Gems
Alice Springs is home to some educational gems, including the School of the Air, known as the world’s largest outback classroom. Your students will be inspired by the dedication of educators who reach remote students through innovative teaching methods. The Royal Flying Doctor Service Museum is another must-visit, offering insights into vital medical services in remote areas.

Natural Wonders
Your itinerary should also include visits to Standley Chasm and a hike along the rim of Kings Canyon. These stunning natural formations provide a hands-on lesson in geology and the powerful forces that shape our planet.

The Grand Finale: Uluru
No trip to the Northern Territory is complete without witnessing the awe-inspiring Uluru in Kata Tjuta National Park. The sheer scale and grandeur of this sacred site can only be fully appreciated when seen up close. Your students will be left in awe of this natural wonder and the spiritual significance it holds for Indigenous Australians

Book Now for 2024
Don’t miss out on this incredible educational opportunity. Contact us today for a quote and to secure your spot for 2024. Hurry, spaces are filling up fast! Give your students the chance to embark on an outback classroom adventure they’ll remember for a lifetime.


Bookings Are Open Now for 2024 and 2025
Book and Plan your Excursion In Advance