Are you looking for a way to introduce your young adventurers to a range of new and exciting outdoor learning experiences?
Our new DISCOVER! program has been created exclusively to support Years 3 and 4 in taking their very first step into a lifetime of adventure! With a fantastic formula of adventure activities, bond-building challenges, and new experiences, DISCOVER! adventures have been designed to support the learning outcomes and breakthroughs that matter most to teachers and pupils.
Everything has been thoughtfully matched to their ages and abilities and provides a safe and supportive environment in which to try new things, gradually challenge themselves and build their confidence. Our expert team provide all the reassurance and encouragement the children need to make sure their first trip away is full of fun and an amazing adventure they’ll remember forever.
Our DISCOVER! program
Adventures thoughtfully designed for younger children.
A supportive environment to build confidence
What breakthroughs will your students make?
From trying new adventure activities together, to building resilience on their first night away from home and exploring a brand-new outdoor setting – every element of a DISCOVER! adventure has been carefully curated to support growth and independence.
Our DISCOVER! adventures focus on sparking breakthroughs in:
What they’ll get?
Why book with PGL?
DISCOVER! locations across Australia:
Explore Campaspe Downs (VIC)
An hour’s drive from Melbourne, PGL Campaspe Downs is set amid 180 acres of stunning natural bushland in the Macedon Ranges, close to Kyneton and Hanging Rock.
Explore Camp Rumbug (VIC)
The beautiful Camp Rumbug is located in the majestic hills of South Gippsland, two hours from Melbourne’s CBD and set in 200 acres of glorious temperate rainforest overlooking Wilsons Promontory National Park.
Explore Kindilan (QLD)
Located just 45 minutes from Brisbane and an hour from the Gold Coast, PGL Kindilan occupies a beautiful, 220 acre bushland site in Redland Bay, zoned a Conservation Area in South East Queensland.