Adventurer’s Guide to Noosa Camp

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When: Wednesday 22nd – Friday 24th February
Grades: 9 – 10
Where: Noosa Sea Scout Camp Ground, 11 Eumundi Road, Noosaville Qld

Cost: $180

This program is designed to challenge the students in developing a growth mindset whilst participating in an adventure based learning program.  There will be plenty of opportunities for the students to step outside their comfort zone, try new activities and connect with others. 

Whilst being based out of the Noosa Sea Scout Camp grounds, we will explore the natural environment via different modes of travel and help each other along the journey.

Program Aims:

  • To engage with other Faith students; work as a collective or team; making new connections and sharing various roles and responsibilities that go along with a journey based expedition
  • To provide an adventure-based learning experience that links with the Health and physical Education Curriculum and provide 21st century learning opportunities for students to develop various general capabilities.
  • To explore and inquire into the natural area, explore fauna and flora at different sites and make connections as to how the different environmental cycles affect the local environment.

Sites we will be visiting:

  • Noosa Sea Scout Camp Ground (11 Eumundi Road, Noosaville Qld) 
  • Mt Tinbeerwah
  • Tewantin National Park – Wooroi day use area.
  • Noosa National Park – Various locations within the Park

Optional drop off and Pick up locations:

Option 1:

Faith Office at Underwood, 2/6-12 Graham Street, Underwood

Drop off by 8:00am for an 8:30am departure

Pick up approx. 3:00pm

Option 2:

Noosa Sea Scouts Camp Ground, 11 Eumundi rd, Noosaville

Drop off by 11:00am

Pick up 12:30pm

Contact Daniel Rush on 0407 335 699 should you have any questions.

What’s included?

  • Bus transport to and from the various locations, support vehicle with bike trailer.
  • A road-worthy 12 speed Mountain Bike with front suspension and water bottle cage, Bike Helmet & high vis vest
  • Qualified MTB bike Guides, Maps of Journey and logistical support
  • Foam exped sleeping mat
  • Tents to share
  • Metho stove or trangia, BBQ and cooking utensils
  • Wash up equipment
  • BBQ and all food items
  • Pastoral care and support for each students

What to bring:

All School Camp Programs will have the students engage in various adventure based learning activities where they will be outside and could get dirty.  We recommend that they don’t come away on camp programs in new or expensive clothing, old comfortable clothes are preferable.

If you require medications please organise a Webster pack to use over the camp period. You will need to make yourself known to Daniel upon arrival and pass on the Webster pack for safekeeping.

Student equipment list:

Please bring enough clothing for three days + one day extra as a back up.

Sun hat | 2L water bottle | sunscreen | sunglasses | torch | thongs/sandals | long pants | shorts | shirts | appropriate swimwear | raincoat | warm jumper | sneakers (two pairs, one pair may get wet) | towel | undergarments and socks | pen, notepad and Bible | plate, bowl and cup (sturdy material like plastic or tin) | eating utensils | drawstring bag to keep all meal time items together

Students Sleeping Gear:

Sleeping bag | single fitted sheet | pillow and pillow slip


Soap | toothbrush and toothpaste | insect repellent (preferably roll on, no aerosols) | deodorant (preferably roll on, no aerosols)

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