Outdoor Education is an experiential process of learning by doing, where students develop, apply, and reflect upon real world skills that will serve them well for life.
The Outdoor Education program is designed to develop resilience, independence, collaboration, problem-solving skills, and leadership abilities.
Students participate in experiential learning in outdoor environments, applying their knowledge of sustainability, safety, and navigation. Activities that students are involved in include kayaking, indoor rock-climbing, hiking, orienteering and stand-up paddleboarding (SUP).
Students will participate in camp craft, including menu planning, cooking on a Trangia stove, use of rucksacks and sleeping in tents. Key camping experiences include bushwalking in the Deep Creek Conservation Park and Mt. Remarkable National Park.
Outdoor Education also has strong links to the annual Snowsports Tour.