Culture Heritage Education Camps

Our Educational based Cultural Heritage Education Camps are 1 to 2 nights, and ideal for school, community or corporate groups.  Be immersed in Aboriginal Cultural activities including guided visits to sites, traditional dance workshops, dreaming stories around the campfire, bush resource and more.  Students get an amazing opportunity to experience our indigenous culture, discover the land and participate in traditional activities.

The camp grounds (tent only) are situated on Murrook’s fresh water lake with close access to the ancient Aboriginal sites and the largest Coastal Sand Dune System in the Southern Hemisphere. Campers have access to showers and toilets and catering can be arranged upon request from our indoor kitchen and dining area.

An Aboriginal Heritage Education Officer will work with you in the initial stages to  develop your own personal camp program, they will also stay with your group during the camp sharing an age old culture of this beautiful land.

Cost varies depending on length of stay.

Example of a  2 night stay




Day 1


Time Activity
11am Arrival
11:10am Gather and Sit
11:15am Welcome, Introduction, Safety brief, outline of camp
11:40am Introduction to site and camp set up
12:20pm LUNCH
1.00pm-4:00pm Site Visit
4:00pm-5:30pm Workshops Artefacts & Art
5:30pm-6:45pm DINNER
7:00pm Story/ Cooking Johnny Cakes


Day 2


Time Activity
7:30am-   8: 45am Breakfast, Showers etc.
9.00am-9:55am Boomerang/Spear Workshop
10:00am-11:30am Hummer Tour
11:30am-1145am MORNING TEA
12:00pm- 1:30pm Culture Workshop- Walk and Scar trees
1:30pm-2:15pm LUNCH
2:30pm-4:30pm On site tour
6:00pm-7:00pm DINNER
7:00pm Fireside /Dance

Day 3


Time Activity
7:30am-   8: 45am Breakfast, Showers /Pack up tents
9.00am-10am Identity Workshop
10:00am-10:15am MORNING TEA
10:15-11am Bush Resource Workshop
11am Departure

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