Education Programs

Tailor made cultural Immersion Programs for education groups.

Student Accommodation

Glen Helen Lodge has 25 lodge rooms sleeping between 2 to 4people.

 

 

Our Campground has 20 powered campsites, and over 200 unpowered campsites spread over hectares of native Australian bush.

Our camping ground has campfire pits and barbeques, toilet & shower block, a camp kitchen and laundry facilities. Petrol, gas, ice and firewood are available at the  General Store.

Check our Resort or Campground pages for more info.

Education Programs

We offer specialised Educational Programs suitable for both local and international students, encompassing a range of activities which focus on the abundant natural assets in and around the Tjoritja West MacDonnell Ranges.

The programs are tailor made to give participants ‘hands on’ learning experiences that create long-term memories, and combine curriculum relevant content. Our current programs cover:

  • Science
  • SOSE
  • Arts
  • Health & PE
  • Languages
  • Indigenous Studies

The area has a rich Aboriginal heritage and we offer students the opportunity to interact with the Western Arrernte People. Participants will learn about the history, culture, and lifestyle of the traditional Aboriginal inhabitants, and their interaction with this special place and the area's unique plants and animals.

Download our Education Kit or call us to discuss your tailor made itinerary 1800 805 802.

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Aboriginal Cultural Immersion Programs

The Western Arrernte (Aranda) Aboriginal people are part of the oldest living culture on the planet. The origins of the Aranda people are told through creation stories, passed down from generation to generation.

As owners of Glen Helen Lodge, they coordinate Cultural Immersion Programs, allowing students to experience Aboriginal culture, history and traditions first hand, from the Traditional Owners of the Tjoritja West MacDonnell Ranges.

Participants are immersed in the living Aboriginal culture of outback Australia, where the local Western Arrernte people still converse in their traditional language, and cook using local produce and hunted meats. 

Tailor made programs of varying lengths are available.