Here at Students Explore Australia, the very heart of what we do is simply creating friendships within student communities. Now, the friendships we create come in many forms. Our programs will generally focus on building friendships between students and their own educational outcomes, their personal wellbeing and of course friendships with their peers. We create these connections with multi-day tours, camps, day tours, study tours and our unique, student wellbeing program.
The majority of our programs utilise nature, and where possible we like to include concepts that explore Indigenous Australian culture. Our logo is based on Aboriginal iconography, with the circle representing a campsite and place where people come together, and the lines representing the path our students take.
Our South Australian School Camps and Adelaide Hills School Camps offer a wide variety of learning outcomes, and can all be tailored to suit your school group level. We have extensive experience creating school camps in South Australia and the Adelaide Hills – and we are proud to service such a vast range of South Australian schools group on their outdoor educational experiences!
Enjoy tours for your family and friends. Explore Australia with your group, small or large. Select wine tours, day tours, and multi-day tours of your choice. Some places we recommend include Clare wine tours, Adelaide hills wine tours, kangaroo island, surf tour, and much more. We also offer all kinds of bus hire, group transport, and camping gear hire. Check out Aussie Journeys and contact us to book your getaway.
Students Explore Australia has been a leader of study tour programs in Australia. We have ‘pre-made’ study tour programs in Australia ranging from specific outcomes such as improving English language skills to learning about nursing practises in Australian universities. We even have simple study tour programs that teach your student group about Australian culture, or possibly even deciding the right Australian university for them if they are considering studying in Australia in future years.
Wellbeing programs are an essential part of any school community and are a basic expectation of any parent. Our wellbeing program for schools has been designed to use natural environments to address the general wellbeing of school groups in a directed and evidence-based program. We have modelled our program based on PERMA+ principles, and our program directly supports The Government’s 5 Ways to Wellbeing in Nature campaign.