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A typical three day residential camp itinerary can be viewed below, however each camp can be adapted to suit the requirements and requests of individual schools. This can include four or five day camps, overnight camps, leadership programs, support programs or biology studies.

Day 1

  • Arrive and unpack
  • Blindfold pairs activity and camp briefing
  • Lunch
  • Orienteering and observation activity
  • Afternoon tea and walk preparations
  • Goldmine Walk with first reflective solo spot
  • Free time and showers
  • Dinner
  • Night program such as time capsules, stories plus nature walks and/or spotlighting

Day 2

  • Bird watching
  • Breakfast
  • Preparations for the day ahead
  • Rainforest walk with second reflective solo spot
  • Lunch
  • Team challenges
  • Billy tea and damper
  • Free time
  • Showers
  • Dinner
  • Class organised evening or movie

Day 3

  • Breakfast
  • Pack up
  • Free time
  • Sensory walk
  • Morning tea
  • Cross cut saws
  • Final reflective spot
  • Lunch
  • Depart back to school

For a wilderness trek, we request that the visiting school arrive at Sunshine Coast Environmental Education Centre - Sunday Creek campsite no later than 10am in summer and earlier in winter.

From here, students will hike and camp over two nights and three days (and 43km). The first night is a bush camp while the second night is spent at Charlie Moreland State Forest Park. Students finish the walk at Booloumba Creek day use area two at approximately 12.30pm and are then taken by bus back to school.