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Island Visits For Schools On The Sunshine Coast

School trips can be really fun, especially when most of your lessons are classroom based. Getting out the classroom and getting kids involved with activities is a great way to learn new things. It is not just about learning but it is also really fun and helps with team bonding.

So have a read of our favourite Island visits for schools on the Sunshine Coast!

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Island Visits For Schools On The Sunshine Coast

 

Fraser Island

Fraser Island is over one hundred and twenty three kilometers in length and is around twenty two kilometers in width.

The history behind Fraser Island started at roughly more than 5,500 years ago when it was occupied by the Butchulla people. It is said that there were potentially 2,000 people inhabiting the island at the time.

The first sighting of the island was by Captain Cook in 1770 and named the Indian Head on the eastern beach after the people.

There is so much history to learn about the island, so make sure you come and visit.

 

 

Moreton Island

The Moreton Island is ‘The Gem of South East Queensland’ and is a great experience to witness in Australia.

The Island is around 95% sand and has no roads so if you are wanting to get around on the island then you will need a 4x4. The Island has fantastic scenery to take in, beaches to explore, great adventures to do and a beautiful view of the sky at night.

Activities such as Sand Tobogganing, Dolphin Feeding, Whale Watching, Fishing, Boating, Diving, Snorkeling and many more.

These activities will engage you into what Moreton Island has to offer.

 

 

Bribie Island

Bribie Island is a fantastic place to go and explore. It is home to the region’s best, shopping, restaurants, bars and galleries surrounded by beautiful beaches, national parks and the Pumicestone Passage.

Why not take a kayak in the crystal clear waters, take a glimpse of the birdlife or grab a ferry to the Pumicestone Passage and discover more wildlife and history.

Pumicestone Passage has one of the most ecological waterways in the world. It stretches for over 35 kilometers from Caloundra to Deception Bay, North to South.

This passage is said to be one of the most important habitats for birds on the east coast.

Come and visit Bribie Island for plenty of beautiful views, wildlife and history.

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Island Visits For Schools On The Sunshine Coast

 

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