8 Day Adelaide Flinders CAS Week
A major focus of the 8 day camp will be the immersion into the outdoors and conservation. The arranged activities reflect this with multiple educational and inspiring experiences such as conquering the great 60 metre abseil, visiting the historic indigenous art site and spending the day assisting in the preservation of the Ikara-Flinders Ranges National Park with help from the traditional Indigenous owners of the land. You’ll leave South Australia with excellent memories, knowledge of the South Australian Indigenous culture and a love for the outdoors.
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Vacation Style Holiday Type
Activity Level Challenging
A major focus of the 8 day camp will be the immersion into the outdoors and conservation. The arranged activities reflect this with multiple educational experiences in the great outdoors.
After arriving in Adelaide you will drive to the Adelaide Hills less than an hour outside of Adelaide city centre. The first afternoon will be spent exploring the local area and engaging in team building activities with your group. A major focus of this camp will be immersion into the outdoors and conservation. Time will be spent during each day to work on this project
Mtn Biking & Indigenous Culture
Try Mountain Bike Riding through the Adelaide Hills. The easy trails lend itself to complete beginners and for those more adventurous, our guide is on hand to help develop your skills. The afternoon will be made up of a tour of the Indigenous Cultural Centre and Art Gallery.
Adventure day! Take part in exciting outdoor activities in the Adelaide Hills woodlands. Try the high ropes, rock wall climbing, a zip line and Giant swing. Our qualified instructors will teach you how to use the equipment and guide you through all the activities.
Travel to the outback and head to the stunning Flinders Ranges. On the way, make a stop at Lake Bumbunga, famous for its pink coloured waters! Learn about Indigenous culture, European history, and our beautiful Australian environment at an impressive visitor centre.
In the morning the group will take a light to moderate hike, heading to lookouts for the best views over the Flinders Ranges. In the afternoon we will conquer a 60 metre abseil at one of Australia’s best climbing locations, Moonarie.
A day of touring by foot. Firstly an historic Indigenous art site followed by discovering the historic Hills homestead, located in Wilpena Pound, a 100km wide crater like formation in the outback.
Service Day! Spend the day assisting in the preservation of the Ikara-Flinders Ranges National Park with help from the traditional Indigenous owners of the land.
During the drive back to Adelaide you will get to experience the iconic Aussie activity of sheep shearing demonstration and a blacksmith display.
Bunkhouse accommodation near Adelaide and tent accommodation in the Flinders Ranges.