Blending subject areas across Australia

Experience Australia in a myriad of contexts during a domestic cross-curriculum tour. Our Australian tours are designed by educators, based on how students learn best. From Canberra to Cairns and everywhere in between, our tours offer an all-round immersive educational experience where students can broaden their horizons, build on what they’re currently studying and cultivate...
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Experience Australia in a myriad of contexts during a domestic cross-curriculum tour. Our Australian tours are designed by educators, based on how students learn best. From Canberra to Cairns and everywhere in between, our tours offer an all-round immersive educational experience where students can broaden their horizons, build on what they’re currently studying and cultivate all-new interests.

Here are just a few examples of itineraries we can offer your tour group:

 Canberra

Get to the heart of Civics & Citizenship during a visit to the Electoral Education Centre; immerse yourself in Australian History at the National Museum of Australia; and experience STEM in action at Questacon – the National Science and Technology Centre. See our Canberra itinerary here.

 Cairns

Enhance your knowledge of Environmental Science during a visit to the James Cook University Canopy Crane; assist with environmental conservation through a Great Barrier Reef Community Service Learning Tour; and experience Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Histories and Culture first-hand at the Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park. See our Cairns Eco-systems itinerary here.

 Tasmania

Develop an in-depth understanding of colonial Australian History at the Port Arthur Historic Site; improve your Geography knowledge during a Hastings Caves and Thermal Springs tour; step into the spotlight and showcase your Performing Arts abilities in a local school performance. See our Tasmania Explorer itinerary here.

Let’s plan your domestic cross-curriculum tour

Get started by calling 1800 655 661 or email info@worldstrides.com.au

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