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Camps and excursions

Arts Immersion Trip 

Drama and Visual Art students make their way to Brisbane to engage in Drama and Art workshops, attend live shows, GoMA and university tours. (Biannual)

Outdoor Education Camps

Outdoor Education (OED) is an elective that year 9 students can apply for at the end of year 8 to partake in as part of one of their 4- year 9 electives. It is single sex classes, with boys participating during semester 1, while girls have their opportunity during semester 2 and is limited to only 20 students in each class.  The students participate in a range of camps where they have the opportunity to learn/practice skills that are gained in the school setting.  On camps students participate in the following: canoeing/kayaking, high ropes, surfing, fishing, bush cooking, camping, shelter building just to name a few. The subject focus is on learning to communicate effectively, teamwork and survival skills. 

North Keppel Camp

A 5 day camp at North Keppel Island Environmental Education Centre for students participating in the Year 9 North Keppel Elective.  The camp and elective are focused on identifying environmental issues, designing action plans and promoting active environmental citizenship.

North West Camp

A 7 day camp at North West Island for Year 11 Biology, Geography and Marine Science students.  The camp offers students real-life field studies, scientific research skills, and marine based practical skills.


Reward camp for effort, behaviour and attendance for Indigenous students. Run by Former Origin Greats to improve attendance and retention of Indigenous kids in schools.

SEP Camp

Social and life skilling camp for students in the alternative special education program.

Coastal Connections 

Excursion with Nhulundu Health Centre for Indigenous Students to Facing Island

Korean Tour to Brisbane

The Brisbane trip happens once every two years and is open to all students who study Korean at the school. As it is run by University Queensland it provides an opportunity for students to immerse themselves in Korean culture and practice their language skills. It also provides students the opportunity to mix with other students with a similar understanding for Korean culture.

Leadership Camp

Humanities Tour to Canberra