Programs and Activities
School camp programs, run by our own Beyond Limits Outdoor Education team, are available at Adare and provide excellent growth opportunities for participants. Beyond Limits provides curriculum-based programs for all year levels and are very happy to tailor a specific program to meet your needs and expected outcomes. Alternatively, you may choose to visit any number of local attractions including Granite Island and the Whale Centre and incorporate them with a part-program by Beyond Limits staff.
In small tribes, students negotiate a series of challenging activities. To be successful, they require a high level of teamwork to collect maximum points for their tribe.
When you don’t want to go to the beach we bring the water to you. Tribes work together in series of fun and engaging activities. Make sure you are not wearing your Sunday bests because chances are you will get wet.
In tribes, participants undertake a number of competitive beach activities designed to maximize teamwork and encourage physical participation – a great way to start camp.
Time spent at the beach is an Australian constitution. Under the watchful eye of our qualified facilitators, participants are introduced to the ocean swells whilst learning how to body board and body surf.
Students are subjected to a series of brain teasing activities that require ‘out of the box’ thinking if the tribe is to be successful.
In tribes, students navigate their way through a series of challenging activities that require teamwork and initiative to achieve success.
Students engage in building a tower made of milk crates but must be careful not to fall off - it requires the help of the tribe to build the tower.
Dry Raft Making
Select your equipment carefully because it is all you have to navigate the course, with your tribe as fast as you can with the minimum of disturbance to your precious cargo.
Escape the Room
Participants need to work together to solve puzzles, riddles and other challenges, put all the clues together to complete the ultimate challenge of escaping the room.
To be able to look back over the cliffs towards the Bluff after climbing up a big hill is a thing of beauty. Students have the opportunity to hike 14km of the world famous Hysen Trail.
Students set their desired height (up to 13 metres above the ground) and with the assistance of their fellow tribe members enjoy the thrill of a lifetime.
Kayaking - Year 6 upwards
Following a safety test, students paddle to the mouth of the Hindmarsh River, students engage in a series of fun-filled flat water games - try not to get too wet!
Mountain Bikes - Year 6 upwards
Riders undertake a bike riding competency skills test followed by a challenging ride along one of the local bike paths.
Students engage in a series of games where team-work and co-operation is a must.
Water safety is an essential life skill. Participants learn about the ocean and the dangers that may be encountered on Australian beaches. They also experience activities that surf rescuers have been involved in for generations.
Based on the theme of the TV show Survivor, participants undertake a number of challenging activities to explore the dynamics of effective teamwork and experimental learning.
Through the fun of experimental learning, students undertake a number of fun yet challenging activities to explore the dynamics of effective teamwork.
Equipped with head torches, treasure hunters enter the basement of the historic Adare House on their hands and knees in search of missing treasure.
Water Obstacle Course
Students engage in a series of fun yet mildly challenging obstacles. Success is dependant upon the tribe’s level of teamwork, cooperation and encouragement.
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