Student Study Tours are arranged for groups of 10 or more students for periods ranging from half a day to 10 weeks.
Student Study Tours may include:
- visits to government schools in Sydney or NSW
- learning with Australian students in regular classes
- attending English language lessons
- making friends with an Australian student ‘buddy'
- living with an Australian family
- excursions to significant historic and cultural sites, spectacular national parks and coastal locations
Student study tours samples
We provide a variety of student study tours that meet the different needs and interests of students. Some of these include:
The minimum group size is 10 students. Large groups may be hosted by two or more schools.
Students must be at least 10 years of age.
Student study tours can range in length from half a day to 10 weeks.
You can choose from schools located throughout NSW including Sydney, Wollongong, Newcastle, Bathurst, Orange, Dubbo, Tamworth, Lismore and other regional centres.
For more information about the regions of NSW, go to the Tourism NSW website
Excursions and sightseeing
Schools can arrange activities such as
- visits to Australian wildlife parks
- bush walks
- bush dances
- beach visits
- boomerang throwing
- BBQs (barbeques)
- Environmental Education Centres – specialist centres for teaching about the Australian environment. For example, you can learn about conservation and wildlife in the Blue Mountains National Park.
Sydney highlights include:
- Sydney Harbour Bridge
- Sydney Opera House
- Darling Harbour
- Taronga Zoo
- Symbio Wildlife Park
- Featherdale Wildlife Park
- Sydney Wildlife World
- Sydney Aquarium
- Bondi Beach
Students can stay with a homestay family in single or double placements. Homestay accommodation allows students to experience daily life in Australia and helps students practise their English with their Homestay family.
All meals and school transfers are included for homestay.
A range of other accommodation options are available through a registered Study Tours agent.
Costs are based on a number of factors such as the size of the group, the number of days, the location of the host school and the study tour itinerary.
How to book a study tour
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