Grade 2 - 6
2 days, 1 night or
3 days, 2 nights
Old Petrie Town activities
Exclusive use of North Pine Lodge for accomodation
Explore the amazing collection of pre-1930's historic buildings brought to life at Old Petrie Town. The Old Petrie Town Camp provides primary school students with hands-on learning opportunities to reinforce Australian history curriculum outcomes.
At this primary school camp, students can learn the art of blacksmithing, make their own pottery creation, take a tour of the Pine Rivers Heritage Museum, learn about Indigenous art and participate in cultural workshops at Terry Saleh’s Wantok Multicultural Centre, and much more.
The Old Petrie Town experience is one of the standout primary school camps that align with Australian Curriculum teachings for Grade 2 to Grade 6 students. We are open to all primary schools and are located just 35 minutes from Brisbane.
This school camp can be booked by:
Choose from a range of historical and cultural activities at Old Petrie Town.
Learn how to create objects from wrought iron or steel by forging the metal, using tools to hammer, bend and cut.
Learn about Indigenous art, boomerang painting and throwing, multicultural dance or bush medicine at Terry Saleh’s Wantok Multicultural Centre.
See how clay pots are created and make your own masterpiece.
After students explore the rich history at Old Petrie Town, the fun will continue with YMCA outdoor adventure activities at our beautiful bushland camp grounds. Choose from a range of action-packed activities such as:
Not ready to stop having fun? You can add night activities to your camp! Our recommended night activities for primary school camps include:
*Additional fee applies.
Over three action-packed days in native Queensland bushland, students form 'tribes' and work together to complete a series of survival-themed challenges.
Hike and canoe your way to a campsite in bushland and spend the night under the stars.