Holiday Programs

School Holiday Program


Monday 2nd – Friday 5th April,

Tuesday 3rd – Friday 12th April.


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Daily Program

8:30am - 9:00am Arrive Tewantin side of the Ferry - Registration
9:00AM – 11:30AM Activity Session #1, #2 & Morning Tea
11:30AM – 12:30AM Lunch
12:30PM – 3:00PM Activity Session #3 & Afternoon Tea
3:00PM – 3:30PM Pick up from Tewantin side of the Ferry


1 DAY – $75

3 DAYS – $215

5 DAYS – $360

Activity Descriptions


Start their journey to becoming the next Olympic Champion!

The aim of this activity is to provide participants with a new recreational experience, develop motor skills, increase self-confidence and gain an understanding of the fundamental skills and safety issues associated with Archery.

Participants receive coaching from our instructors on stance and technique, and how to use the re-curve bows to shoot at target boards.

Archery Tag

Archery is a new friendly combat activity in which participants can put their skills to the ultimate test.

Under the watchful eye of our instructors, players attempt to hit each other with foam-tipped arrows, which are designed specifically to not cause injury, and thus allow players to enjoy the thrill of competition and work on improving their archery technique, while remaining in a safe and respectful environment.


Body boarding is ideal for anyone who would like to experience the thrills and spills of the ocean as you embrace the challenge of catching and riding waves!

With this ‘no experience necessary’ lesson, all participants will have a fantastic time in the waves. Our fully qualified instructors will cover beach and water safety, ensuring all students have the knowledge to stay safe in the ocean for a lifetime. They will then move on to cover all the basics of using a bodyboard as well as how to maneuver the board through the waves. They won’t stop there either. Once students are confident with the basics, the instructor will move on to teach more advanced skills and tricks as participants quickly go from zero to hero.

Bush Craft

Bush craft explores a range of different skills required for camping in the bush.

Everyone will learn to work with their surroundings under full supervision in their attempts to start a campfire. We’ll then put their cooking skills to the test as they rustle up some damper before they move on to building their own shelter. They will learn to identify suitable camping sites and erect their own shelters.  All the while, all aspects of minimal impact camping will be covered.


What better way to enjoy the beautiful Lake Cooroibah than to go for a paddle?

With an emphasis on teamwork, communication and quick decision making, groups will learn basic strokes, handling, and safe water practices in a fun environment.


Put your leadership and teamwork skills to the test.

Participants will be given all the pieces and tools they need to build their own catapult, we may even give them the instructions! Once the catapults have been put together it’s time to take aim in a series of challenges.

Flying Fox

The Flying Fox is a ‘challenge by choice’ activity that comes with many different challenges.

First, participants must climb the pole or ladder (this may be a challenge in itself) up to the platform where an instructor will then attach them to the Flying Fox. The second (and greatest) challenge is for them to leap from the platform!

High Ropes

Reach for new heights and test your courage while also building self-esteem. Group and individual safety is paramount and will be covered along with technique by the instructor. The course is a physical and mental challenge for individuals and teams wanting to find that special something that gives them the edge.

Indoor Bouldering

Bouldering is the new trend in indoor climbing and functional fitness. The bouldering gym has been professional built and set to provide people of all ages a challenge as they try and climb the different grades of routes. A fun and exciting activity that will keep everyone entertained for hours.

Laser Tag

Battle it out for bragging rights!

The ultimate activity for friendly competition and teamwork. After a quick equipment and safety brief with our instructors, participants will be unleashed in our arena taking part in several games as the winner takes all.

Mini Golf

Participants get to know each other over a competitive round.

Participants are sorted into small teams and sent out onto our challenging mini golf course. Not only is it participants v participant but it’s also a team challenge too.

Mini Olympics

This activity uses events similar to those of the real Olympics but with a novelty approach.

Groups face of in a series of fun filled activities guaranteed to have students engaged and energetic as they cheer on their team-mates.

Participants may, however, get messy as eggs, flour and water are sometimes added for special effects.

Mountain Biking

Most people know how to ride a bike but learning to mountain bike takes it to a whole new level.

Mountain biking is a fun and challenging way to explore “off the beaten track” areas. The pace of this activity, as with all our outdoor activities, will vary to meet the challenges of the group.

During this activity participants will learn about the features of a Mountain Bike, safe riding practices and bike handling skills. This activity rates highly in ‘extreme fun factor’ for nearly all our participants.

Radio Rogaine

Radio Rogaine combines navigational skills with teamwork and personal challenge. Participants are taught map skills which will enable them to locate markers. They will then complete a series of tasks to earn their team points.

Radio Rogaine is the perfect activity that embodies both intelligence and endurance to be successful. It is is a thoroughly rewarding activity.

Raft Building

The ultimate test in leadership skills and teamwork.

Everyone will find raft building a challenging and unique experience as participants learn to work together to achieve a common goal. The real adventure begins when participants climb aboard their creation and paddle the raft to a desired destination to determine the raft’s seaworthiness. Bring clothes and shoes that you don’t mind getting wet!

Stand Up Paddleboarding

Take part in one of the fastest growing water activities in the World!

Learn to paddle board with the backdrop of the beautiful Lake Cooroibah. Using our user-friendly inflatable paddleboards, participants will learn a variety of skills and safe water practices all under the guidance of our qualified coaches.


Take part in the ultimate lifestyle activity.

We’ll take you down to the beautiful beach on Noosa North Shore where you’ll experience the thrills and spills of the ocean.

Throughout the lesson you’ll learn the fundamentals of water safety, board control, paddling, wave catching and various pop-up methods to get you to your feet.  Our team of qualified surf instructors will guide everyone through the lesson, encouraging them to ask questions with constant feedback in the pursuit of that perfect wave all the while remembering that the best surfer is the one having the most fun!


What do the sessions involve?

Each day is packed full of different activities like surfing, mountain biking, archery and more. The activities are tailored to your child’s age group. Every session will start with a safety briefing and a detailed explanation of how each activity will run. Safety is our priority. You can book in for just the day or why not save and book for multiple days!

What does my child need to bring?

Children should bring a hat, water bottle, sunscreen, comfortable sun safe clothing, and enclosed shoes. If they are involved with any water activities then a spare set of spare clothes, swimmers and a towel, and a pair of wet shoes (old joggers) will be needed.

Are there any items my child shouldn't bring?

Yes, we advise not to bring any valuables, aerosol cans, and knives.

When do I drop off my child and how do I sign them in?

Parents will be required to:

  • complete and sign an activity release form for each child who is participating
  • advise the team of any medications your child may need
  • let the team know if a different adult will be picking your child up
  • Sign in times are strictly between 8:30am-8:45am. Parking is available at the Tewantin Ferry.
When can I pick my child up?

Pick up from the Tewantin Ferry is between 3:00pm and 3:30pm.

Parents/Guardians must provide photo ID for pick up and sign out their child. Please notify our staff of any changes so we can help ensure everyone’s safety.

What facilities are available?

There are multiple toilets available on site as well as sanitizing stations and water taps in easy access locations.

Do the instructors have current Blue Cards?

Yes absolutely! All of our fully qualifies instructors hold current blue cards and are trained in child/youth risk management. All of the staff also hold current first aid certificates with CPR.

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What happens next?

Once your booking has been made, you will receive an email confirmation with all the information you’ll need to attend on the day.

Should you have any questions you can contact an administrator by phone or email to support you.

If you have any questions before booking, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

07 5440 5444
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