The Queensland Government is investing $3.5 million to support Queensland schools to undertake place-based educational experiences in the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area.
The Great Barrier Reef offers a unique educational opportunity for students to immerse themselves in an authentic live classroom and to learn more about the rich biodiversity of the reef.
The Outback Queensland Education Experience Program was established in 2011 to encourage teachers to take their students to Outback Queensland and integrate its rich history and heritage into school learning.
Outback Queensland offers history and ancient landscapes, colourful characters and quirky events. Visit any number of learning centres; exploring everything from nature and astronomy, to dinosaurs and Outback pioneers.
If you have any queries about the Queensland Experiences program, or questions on how to apply to claim your subsidy, please visit our contact page or complete this form.