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INFO: Overnight Program. 6 days/5 Nights. SATURDAY – Thursday. Grades 8 – 12. Male and Female. Extra Cost $250
****Transport arrangements are to be confirmed once numbers are known****
The Outback Camp is a new program for NBCS in Student Opportunity Week.
The students and staff will head out to Dubbo, exploring the Central Western NSW city and it’s surrounds, including the Wellington Caves. Staying overnight at the Christian School in Dubbo.
Leaving Dubbo on Sunday, the team will travel past Bourke to Myandetta Station which is 120,000 acres of outback pastoral farming country.
Students will sleep under the stars, in the shearing shed, or in shearer’s quarters. Quality, but lean, outback accommodation.
They will view or participate in a variety of farming activities including fencing (that is, fixing and removing fences), feeding stock, clearing out feed troughs, mucking out pens, sheep shearing, sheep dressing, fishing and many more.
The team will also visit a local cotton gin (a machine for separating cotton from its seeds), the biggest red gum, the Back of Bourke Centre, the Jandra Paddleboat and much more.
Students head back to Dubbo on Thursday morning to catch a train, returning them to Sydney in the late afternoon.
This camp is for those who want to experience working in a team and experiencing the outback. A rare adventure on a working outback farm.
Transport arrangements are to be confirmed once numbers are known.
Please note that this program is a customised program for SOW 2019 and while the school contributes the majority of funds towards it, due to the long distances of this particular program, a $250 surcharge is necessary.