Auscamp is an accredited organisation, which has been operating for the last 30 years. Auscamp has grown from a small business providing outdoor education equipment to schools, families and community groups, to one of the larger providers of safe, exciting,
innovative outdoor education and adventure programs.
We pride ourselves on our ability to meet the needs of the groups we work with and provide individualised programs tailored to your schools specific needs and experience.
We are adventurers who are passionate about what we do and provide an engaging experience for people of all ages.
John Lindros the director of Auscamp brings many years of experience and passion to the industry. Auscamp’s guides, led by John, consist of an enthusiastic team of qualified men and women who work to give your school the most
- Auscamp also offers journey-based programs, consisting of but not limited to:
- Multi-activity journey at Cape Otway
- 4-8 days canoeing and cave tour on Glenelg
- Sailing North of Sydney
- Iconic bush walks through Wilsons Promontory
- Northern Territory
These journey-based programs can be combined with any one of our properties.
If you are wanting an unforgettable expedition program which encompasses a diverse range of activities and stunning scenery then Glenelg river is your choice.
We run 3– 5 day journeys where your students can travel by canoe, bike and foot. Students will camp on the Glenelg riverside, and whilst on a program of this nature, students will carry their food, equipment and their supplies with them. They are responsible for the setting up of their camp and the preparation of their food.
Of course all this is done with the guidance of our instructors.
One of Victoria’s iconic locations. It is more than the lighthouse and Koalas. It is a location with dramatic beaches, awesome rainforests, magnificent rivers and gorges. Those who journey along the great ocean walk get a taste of what this amazing area has to offer.
Auscamp programs can provide this experience and take you to places very few go. Imagine the view when you stand on ‘Piets Hill’ and pass your eyes over the southern horizon taking in the area from Parker Ridge to Castle Cove, and looking out onto Bass Strait and the Southern ocean.
Another of Victoria’s iconic locations. Here you have the choice of staying at Tidal river or journeying around the prom. When you stand on the top of Mt. Oberon and look around you, you see the southern most tip of Australia.
To the west is Bass Strait, and some of the islands between Victoria and Tasmania. To the east, you look over the rugged Promontory terrain and out over the Tasman Sea. The Auscamp Wilson Prom programs enable groups to make the most of this beautiful location.
Central Australia is undoubtedly an amazing part of Australia that has to be experienced. Auscamp has designed an 11-14 day journey taking in some of the most iconic scenery Australia has to offer.
On this journey, you do more than just see the incredible sights. Not only do you have the opportunity to visit the likes of Uluru, Lake Eyre, Kings Canyon; you also have the opportunity to experience indigenous culture, visit desert outback towns like Oodnadatta and cattle stations, follow the Old Ghan Line and even experience riding bikes on outback tracks.
This came about after a specific request from one of our schools, and as a result, we now offer this program to all. It involves travelling to Sydney by train, touring the main sights before heading north the Kuringai Chase National Park.
Followed by sailing an ocean yacht around magnif-icent waterways. The trip concludes by flying, training or bussing back to Melbourne.
Our journey based experiences can occur throughout design a program that will be an enjoyable and engaging experience for all. Whilst working with you we will take into consideration your needs and work together to design the ultimate experience for your students.
We are also able to run this style of program from our hardtops. Our Sydney Sailing and Central Australia programs began as a “Build a Camp.”