Outdoor Education is available to students across all year levels. It is incorporated into the Junior school’s curriculum during the Year 7 and 8 camps. Students are able to appreciate their natural environment while participating in a variety of outdoor activities such as cycling, hiking, and outdoor survival. Fish Care-led sessions aimed at teaching how to fish responsibly, group sandcastle building competitions, Bush Tucker and Aboriginal painting are some of our students’ favourite camp activities.

Year 9 the students interested in continuing Outdoor Education can select the Bronze Level of the Duke of Edinburgh's Award Scheme.

Senior School students (Years 10 to 12) interested in Outdoor Education may select:

  • Year 10 Outdoor Education
  • VCE Outdoor and Environmental Studies
  • VET Certificate II in Outdoor Recreation
  • VET Certificate III in Sport and Recreation

Expeditions are undertaken to Nowa Nowa, Rotomah Island, Snowy River National Park, Mt Feathertop, Mt Hotham and Omeo. Activities include Cross Country Skiing, Snowboarding and Skiing, White Water Rafting, bike riding, canoeing and hiking. Students cover a range of environmental issues during their studies.