School tours

Overland Oz are immensely proud to offer school groups the opportunity to engage in a truly life changing experience.

With over 25 years of experience touring areas within the Top End and Central Australia, we have amazing connections with Traditional Land Owners and Elders and hold a wealth of knowledge to pass on.

Our tours include camping, waterfalls, hiking, boat cruises, cultural knowledge and the inclusion of community development projects along with much much more.

We will work together with your school organiser to create an itinerary which suits the needs of your students and targets areas of The Australian Curriculum

The sheer rugged beauty of one of the most beautiful places on earth, needs to be seen and understood.

We remove the stress of organising trips from you and take care of it all. All we need is the group size, duration and preferred dates and we can take care of the rest.

Our tours provide an energy fuelled interactive experience which meet several elements of The Australian curriculum and is backed by the NT Save and Learn program.

Removing the stress of one year group trip sounds fantastic, but what if we told you we operate an optional ‘progressive years programme’.

Allow your students to begin a multi year journey, exposing them to a layering of experiences, progressing year on year.

Progressive years programme

A major part of our endeavour is to provide community
service projects endorsed by Traditional Land Owners for students on Aboriginal lands.

Many schools choose to fundraise to help with the project, providing students the sense of involvement and ownership. We have designed and constructed orchards and vegetable gardens, creating healthy, sustainable food sources for members of the community.

Students will spend a few days of their tour working on these projects, engaging with members of the community and together creating strong relationships and incredible memories whilst working hard to make a difference.

Interested in finding out more information on our past and future projects, clink the link below

Community service projects