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Games Room

Upstairs in Main Building is a Games Room area with a table tennis table and Ed’s Alley (a game where billiard balls are rolled down carpeted lane - object is to be the first to knock all of opponents balls into gully) and Air Hockey board.

 

This is also a great small group workshop area or smaller conference room max 50.

 

Activity Options

(ask for Camping across the curriculum resource)

you can choose from any number of activities from relaxing to strenuous.

(activities requiring full staff supervision are marked S)

(activities marked with an * are at an extra cost)

 

For those with a taste for adventure and skill. There is so much to do:

v Archery * S

v Inground Trampoline

v Flying Fox * S

v Waterslide * (not operational in cold conditions)

v Initiative Team skills *

v Photo Search and Scavenger hunts *

v Try our Photo search. How many locations can you find? 

v Cook damper on the campfire S

v Pioneer cooking * S

v Waterfall walk * S

v Challenge course * S

This is just a taste of what you can do!

 

CHALLENGE course  

Experience this exciting way of developing confidence, in yourself and the people you work/study with. Ropes course is ideal for groups wanting to build communication and trust as well as strengthening team relationships and connection.

 

Our experienced facilitators can put an Adventure Based Learning program together for you! There are over twenty elements that will build group work skills and co-operation. The Ropes Course is an educational training facility for team building and communication with an emphasis on group problem solving situations and individual challenges incorporating experiential learning, Challenge by choice, problem solving, creative thinking and processing of experiences. Benefits include: building self esteem, personal growth and development, trust, co-operation, confidence building, and decision making. The course is suitable for a wide range of clientele from schools to corporate groups or any group of people who wish to learn more about working together. Facilitation available or experienced, suitably qualified facilitators, that comply with our Code of Practice, can hire course and equipment for use.

 

The ropes course includes warm up games, Ice Breaker activities, goal setting, Full Value contact, Challenge by choice concepts, initiative development, communication resolution, team building, trust and challenge evaluation.

 

From the perspective of students the Ropes Course is helpful in helping with issues of bullying, over coming shyness, confidence building, self esteem, and peer support.

 

Discover Bush: minimal impact!

 

You can experience the Tasmanian bush in all its natural glory, hands on, as you go for a guided walk on the adventure trail and explore the beautiful ferns and forests.

The trail ends with a tranquil waterfall where you can sit and eat your lunch while taking in the picturesque beauty of the surrounding forest and rock faces. The Barren Falls walk encourages campers to learn and reflect on the environment around them. Many pro-bush walkers take advantage of this.

For those with a taste for the more adventurous, a long guided walk to Barren Rock can provide an enjoyable outing. For the experienced, abseiling down the rock face can add some excitement.

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