QCCC Expeditions and Survival Camps

Survivor Camps Queensland

QCCC Expeditions and Survival Camps

Survival Camps and Expeditions with QCCC

Survivor Camps QueenslandQCCC Expeditions offers journey-based and solo programs at unique locations, making the most of our facilities and their spectacular surrounds.  Expeditions programs are a great choice to draw out leadership skills, develop team cohesion and maximise personal and spiritual formation in the outdoors.  We work with schools, youth and corporate groups to tailor-make remarkable and unique expeditions-style programs to suit your needs and objectives.

Noosa Outdoor Education Centre – Survival Camps:

Aboriginal Survivor Camps

Our new 125-acre Noosa playground is set up to deliver survival-style programs including Survival Style Camps or an immersive experience of living on and off the land guided by local custodians of the Kabi Kabi people.  The property enjoys multiple private and scenic camping zones and a range of survival-themed activities, backed up by basic infrastructure for some creature comforts if the weather gets tough.  Survival programs includes options such as navigation, camp skills, fire-cooking, search and rescue, raft-building, team challenges, bush food and shelter building.  Adjacent to Mount Tinbeerwah and the world-famous Noosa Trails network, clover leaf expeditions programs can also be incorporated into the program, or use the full scale of the property for safe, self-contained solo programs.

Sunshine Coast Hinterland Great Walk:

Sunshine coast School ExpeditionsQCCC Mapleton has off-road access to trailheads on the famous Sunshine Coast Hinterland Great Walk.  Incorporating private and exclusive camping on our new 20-acre farm in Mapleton, Flaxton Hall (formerly a Scouts Camp) and a farm property on the gorgeous shores of Baroon Pocket Dam, this expedition traverses the Maleny-Mapleton Plateau and Blackall Range. View the tumbling cascades of Kondalilla Falls, cool off by a rainforest rock pool or experience the meandering Obi Obi Gorge. Be enthralled by the ever changing scenery as you traverse this dramatic terrain using the Aboriginal songlines established to access the historic Bunya Festival, the largest gathering of people on the Australian mainland before colonisation.  You’ll discover a pristine environment with refreshing water holes, dense rainforest, an abundance of birdlife, and breathtaking views and scenery.

Other options:

Glasshouse School CampsQCCC Expeditions also offers several other expeditions programs in spectacular Queensland locations which allows us to construct sequential programs for multi-year groups:

  • Mary Valley Conondale Great Walk/raft build/waterhole swim
  • Moreton Bay Sea Kayak
  • Bribie/Caloundra Sea Kayak & Beach walk
  • Bustard Heads Sea Kayak / Walk

For more information or a consultation process about your event contact: bookings@mapleton.qccc.org.au