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When taking the first steps in coordinating any educational touring program for your students, you may be faced with many questions, unanswered. The impact of this can ultimately affect your educational experience and furthermore the students may miss out on maximising the benefits from a well planned educational touring program.
At Coach Tours of Australia, we are delighted to be of assistance to you when planning your educational touring program for 2015. For the past 25 years Coach Tours of Australia has focused on the development of its Educational Tour Program to all regions of Australia. We take great delight in formulating a range of educational touring programs which cater for academic and curriculum standards, whilst endeavouring to ensure students have fun.
Whether you have questions on your proposed touring itinerary, educational attractions to visit or how to apply for an educational rebate for your students when visiting Canberra, our attention to detail and careful tour planning skills will assist you to ensure the program selected will meet your needs.
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Discover the rich heritage of Victoria's historic Goldfields, as you are taken on a journey dating back to the 1850s. Witness many of the original buildings and architecture and hear the tales of the exciting gold rush era.
In the heart of the beautiful Ovens Valley and at the foothills of the Victorian Alps, Bright is the perfect place to visit any time of the year. With its easy access to nearby Mt. Hotham and Mt. Buffalo, combined with its gold mining history, Bright is great to visit during any season.
Victoria's best preserved gold town, nestled at the foothills of the Victorian Alps. Often described as Kelly Country, where the famous bushranger Ned Kelly spent some time in the Beechworth Gaol. Many of the original builings still remain, including the Court House, Town Hall and Powder Magazine.
A definite must for all students is a visit to Australia's Capital. Home to some of Australia's most prominent buildings including Parliament House, The Australian War Memorial and the High Court of Australia, Canberra also features other attractions that provide a wealth of knowledge and enjoyment for your students.
Forming the western extremity of the Great Dividing Range, the Grampians were occupied for thousands of years by several Aboriginal groups. Enjoy a cultural presentation at the Brambuk Aboriginal Cultural Centre and learn about the cultural significance.
From the Aboriginal word meaning "meeting of the waters" Echuca is found at the junction of the Murray, Campaspe and Goulburn rivers. Port of Echuca has been restored to the period of its heyday with its massive red gum wharf, and is the centre of the town's must-see attractions.
When in Melbourne, why not offer your students the camp experience of a lifetime? As the host city of the 2006 Commonwealth Games, your students have the opportunity to visit a city that has vibrant culture, award winning attractions and voted the most liveable city in the world.
Without a doubt, the Island's most popular attraction would have to be a visit to the fairy penguin parade on Summerland Beach. Each evening at sunset, they waddle up to the beach to their sand dune burrows, as visitors watch from nearby elevated stands and walkways.
With over 100 ships wrecked along the coast, it's no wonder it is known as the Shipwreck Coast, the most famous being the Loch Ard whih took all but two lives. Combined with the stunning beauty of Victoria's Great Ocean Road, this is a tour not to be missed.
The famous Pioneer Settlement is Australia's first heritage museum. Featuring local Aboriginal culture and life in the last century, staff in period costume, old-fashioned transport and the Sound and Light show, students will never want to leave! A vast array of District attractions make Swan Hill the perfect place for schools to visit.
The learn to surf program provides a gentle and fun introduction to surfboard riding. Students learn about wave formation, sandbars, rips and tides and how to enjoy surfing safely. This program offers participants a chance to develop balance, confidence in the surf and encouraging their friends.
From the red earth of The Centre to the tropics of the Top End, the territory is a wealth of contrasts that will astound the first time visitor. Travelling through Australia's Centre along the Stuart Highway, each town offers its own Aboriginal culture and history, including the eye-catching granite formations of the Devil's Marbles, believed to be the eggs of the powerful rainbow serpent.
A range of different travel options covering the east coast of Australia from Tasmania to Far North Queensland.
Thinking of visiting New Zealand for that educational and learning experience? At Coach Tours of Australia, you have the opportunity to choose from one of the following educational programs whilst you discover New Zealand's rich history, diverse culture and unique landscapes.