Remarkable Bushwalking Camp
Year 10s return from a time of self-challenge and growth
Remarkable Time Growing Together
The perfect weather conditions of Week 8 ensured that the Year 10 Bushwalking Camp would once again be a highlight of the Year 10 school year.
Often regarded as one of the most memorable experiences of High School, the expedition takes place in Mount Remarkable National Park, 238 kilometres north of Adelaide.
Best known for its rugged mountain ranges, dramatic gorges, steep vegetated valleys and exposed red quartzite cliffs, the National Park gives students the opportunity to live outside their usual comfort zone for three days, experiencing personal growth, challenges and community building opportunities.
A Positive Experience
The five separate hiking groups each covered between 30-40km during their various treks, accompanied by Cedar staff members. Each group took a different course within the expansive undulating ranges, and the comments from each group highlighted the positive experience that the camp provided.
“I will probably never forget my Year 10 Bushwalking experience. From the badly cooked pasta, the steep hills (which seemed to go up far more than down) and the friendly banter and encouragement from my group. The nights were alive with the sounds of nature, the wind, and the rustle of the leaves. I will never forget this experience!” – Gracie, Year 10