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What to bring

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School  visits for students

PLEASE KEEP BAGGAGE TO A MINIMUM – one bag per person is ideal and a small backpack. Please do not tie sleeping bags to other bags.

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  • Clothing - sunsafe (include a raincoat and warm jumper)
  • Swimming gear (Stinger Suits/wetsuits are available at the Centre, or BYO if they are long sleeved and long legged)
  • Towels x 2
  • Sun Protection (Broad Brim Hat, no caps, reef safe sunscreen, sunglasses)
  • Toiletries (biodegradable products if possible)
  • Pillow and sleeping bag 
  • Single bed sheets
  • Suitable footwear for bush walking – Closed in shoes
  • Thongs for around the centre
  • 'Wet' shoes (old pair of joggers or reef booties) Not 'Crocs' or thongs
  • Insect Repellent
  • Medication – Handed to teacher
  • Sturdy garbage bags for lining of backpacks
  • Water Bottle (min 1litre)
  • Camera (optional) charger/batteries (Student Responsibility)
  • Mobile phones not required – Office phone can be used for contact
  • Mask – COVID safe
  • Personal Hand Sanitiser 


Co-ordinators

  • School/personal camera/ charger/batteries
  • Data Stick/s to download any photos taken with NKIEEC digital cameras
  • Medical Forms (all participants – including visiting parents / teachers /chaplains/teacher aides/principals etc)
  • Emergency Rolls
  • COVID Declarations
  • Any medical clearances from doctors needed
  • Anaphylaxis plans
  • Asthma Plans
  • Diabete Plans​


What not to bring  

  • Lollies/snacks/marsh mallows

  • Glow sticks

  • Money

  • Fishing and camping knives. If these are required to support a curriculum activity they will be supplied by the centre staff who will supervise their use.

  • Spear guns  

Teacher orientation visits

Costs

  • Orientation programs are conducted at Saturday February 13, 2021 to support teachers who are planning a school camp.
  • Total cost for Orientation Program is $80 per person.  Your school will be invoiced for this amount.
  • This cost provides participants with return water transport, all meals,  administration costs and equipment hire.
  • An invoice will be sent out to your school after the Orientation Program.
  • A certificate is provided and counts towards professional development hours.

What to bring to orientation

Please keep baggage to a minimum (one backpack per person is ideal). Bags should contain:

  • Laptop
  • Data stick- centre has some for $10 each. Your school will be charged.
  • Swimming gear (Stinger Suits are available at the Centre, or BYO)
  • Towels
  • Sun Protection (Hat, sunscreen, sunglasses)
  • Toiletries (biodegradable products only)
  • Suitable footwear for bush walking
  • Insect Repellent/Medication
  • Water Bottle (min 1 litre). 

Paper work required 

  • Completed medical forms (DOC, 74KB) for orientation program participants (adults). 
  • Anticipated numbers attending school camp. 
  • Covid form completed.

When the tides are low visitors can get wet during loading and unloading of the boat. It is suggested that all visitors bring a spare set of clothes.




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Last reviewed 03 February 2022
Last updated 03 February 2022