Year 7

Year 7 Camp – Forest Edge

The Year 7 camp is to the beautiful Forest Edge Adventure Camp. Located 70mins from Mooroolbark in the country town of Neerim. The camp is nestled in magnificent native bushland, bordered by a fresh flowing river and towering eucalyptus gums. The camp runs mid Term 1 as an opportunity for students to help settle into high school by getting to know other students and staff in a fun and exciting environment.

There are a multitude of activities on offer – An enormous 400m long flying fox, high and low ropes course, river sledding, bush cooking, mountain boarding, archery, disc golf and numerous team orientated challenges.

Forest Edge is one of the most sort after school camp destinations and we are thrilled to be able to offer this as a camp to our Year 7 students.

Year 8

The Summit Camp

The Year 8 camp is to The Summit Adventure Park, this is a multi-award-winning venue located on 50 acres, just 90 minutes from Melbourne, Victoria. They are industry experts in large group accommodation, camps, retreats, and custom events. They offer customized catering, exciting, inspiring, and unique activities.

This camp is designed to help the students build resilience and life changing experiences through a combination of meaningful programs and powerful activities that build self-worth, character, success and happiness.

This camp will be run at the end of Term 3.

Year 9

Great Barrier Reef

Our Year 9 students have the opportunity to attend the Great Barrier Reef Tour. This 5 day tour is a once in a lifetime customised tour, run by Small World Journeys. Students will be bussed from and to Mooroolbark College/Tullamarine Airport and fly via Virgin Australia to Cairns. Students will have the opportunity to take part in the following adventure activities: 

  • Day 1 – Depart Mooroolbark College. arrive in Cairns, team games, swim at Lagoon  
  • Day 2 – Daintree Rainforest Discovery with Indigenous Guide; Wildlife Park & Crocodile Farm  
  • Day 3 – Skyrail Rainforest Cableway; Whitewater Rafting Barron River   
  • Day 4 – Snorkelling at the Outer Great Barrier Reef  
  • Day 5 – Cable Skiing and Aquapark, return to Mooroolbark College 

Year 10

Central Australia Tour

The approximately 10-12 day tour ensures students enjoy a comprehensive outback experience, including many famous sights and landmarks.

These include:

  • Spending a night under the stars during our bush camp
  • Uluru (Ayers Rock) and a visit to the Aboriginal Cultural Centre
  • Kata Tjuta (The Olgas), following the Valley of Winds trail
  • Discovering the Garden of Eden and the Lost City in Kings Canyon
  • Ellery Creek Big Hole, taking advantage of the spectacular swimming hole
  • MacDonell Ranges, stopping at Simpson’s Gap and Ormiston Gorge, visiting the Royal Flying Doctor Service and the School of the Air, before enjoying a classic live Reptile Show
  • Sleeping underground, following a tour of Coober Pedy

The camp cost includes transport, food, accommodation, admission to National Parks and services, games and activities, a group photo and a camp T-shirt.

Year 11

Sydney Tour

This tour helps develop coping strategies and self-confidence. Enable students to create new friendships and strengthen teamwork skills. Build rapport between students and staff and strengthen bonds. The trip will help the Year 11 students to create a bond, prior to entering Year 12.

The students will learn about the history of The Rocks area of Sydney and other older parts of Syndey, as they experience historical tours. They will visit and experience places such as Bondi Beach, The Opera House, Harbour Cruise, Sydney Tower Eye, Taronga Zoo and many more exciting and educational places.