Growth flourishes in the outdoors.
Our camping programs use a combination of team connection, challenge activities and processes to get the best out of the people we work with. We use a range of camp bases and bush locations to provide a nature-based environment with some basic creature comforts.
See our locations for more information on where we can take you.
Year 6 and 7 Transition.
“Excited” “Scared” “Apprehensive” are some of the ways year 6 and 7 students describe their feelings about the move to high school. Our dynamic transition program celebrates the end of primary school and builds the skills and thinking required for the exciting journey ahead into high school.
Our program works with the skills of resilience, bravery and adaptability to support this transitional period.
On a social and emotional level our processes look at self-awareness and relationship development.
Year 7 and 8 Connection.
Embarking on the journey to adulthood, students are navigating new friendship groups and discovering their own character and strengths. Our Year 7 & 8 programs are designed to spark curiosity, build meaningful and lasting connections and have students asking the question: Who am I becoming?
Our program works with the skills of exploration, connection and strength to support this transitional period.
On a social and emotional level our processes look at self-awareness, self-management and relationship development.
Year 9 and 10 Challenge.
When our young people are in the thick of their transition into adulthood, the road can get bumpy and confusing. This journey-based program uses adventure and challenge to find character and strengths start conversations about the stuff that really matters to young adults. We love seeing the magic that can happen when students are given the space to explore, connect and find out that there is more in them than they think possible.
Our program works with the skills of optimism, perseverance and responsibility to support this transitional period.
On a social and emotional level our processes look at self-awareness, self-management, responsible decision making and relationship development.
Year 11 and 12 Reflection or Service Retreat.
A time when transformation can take place amongst your students, while juggling responsibility and decision making. We purposefully design a journey or retreat for reflection, deep learning and connection, an environment ripe for profound social and emotional development. This program is packed with opportunities for students to take charge of how they show up, how they support each other and how these learnings translate to life beyond the school experience.
Our program works with the skills of community, building, critical thinking, collaboration, and mastery to support this transitional period.
On a social and emotional level our processes look at self-awareness, self-management, responsible decision making, social awareness and relationship development.
Corporate Team Development and Leadership.
Workshops. Camps. Expeditions.
AW has a long history of supporting individuals, teams and organisations develop their most important resource – human beings.
By fostering connection, self-awareness and growth, we build confidence, uncover potential leaders, grow greater networks and develop healthier communities.
AdventureWorks was a fun experience for the students in year 4. The students were engaged in activities and were always occupied during activities. I loved the special character strength medallions received at the end, it made them feel very special.
AdventureWorks did a wonderful job at cultivating an atmosphere of challenge, risk and safe learning. Overall, this camp helped teach life skills of responsibility, respect and communication while sticking to the core root of having fun in everything we did.
Adventureworks took 33 of our Year 9 girls on an expedition along the Blackwood River in rafts and kayaks. The facilitators were outstanding. They were well-organised and professional and able to connect and build rapport quickly. Our group remained engaged and challenged feeling a sense of triumph at the end.