Choose from any of our 4 great tours or custom make a school excursion itinerary of your own. Whether for a specific class lesson or end of year school camp, jump aboard our pink LARCs!
From primary to university students, 1770 LARC! Tours has extensive experience in creating tailor-made tours to suit every type of school excursion. Our knowledgeable guides can arrange tour content to meet your school curriculum requirements and highlight desired topics. We can include indigenous culture, marine life, environmental studies, history and more. Reward students with an action packed camp venturing into National Park or highlight the end of year with an exhilarating Sandboarding Safari.
Take the whole class on an exclusive group guided tour. These experiences can be easily tailored to any age group and curriculum requirements. Imagine a history lesson on wheels with a visit to Queensland’s first coastal lighthouse. Create an environmental based tour by exploring the many diverse ecosystems surrounding the Town of 1770, in the Southern Great Barrier Reef region of Queensland. Share an authentic, interactive cultural experience inside Eurimbula National Park with your own captivating Indigenous tour guide.
With direct access, a bus like capacity and not weather dependent, our robust LARCs are the perfect transport to the National Park camping areas. LARCs can be used for camp transfers, supply delivery, and day excursions direct from camp. Better still, let us take away the hassle of organising your camp, tell us what you need and we will do it for you. With an array of activities to include and plenty of accommodation options to choose from there is something for everyone.
Reward the class by getting down and dirty on the towering sand dunes of Middle Island. Our famous sand hill can cater to any level of sandboarder from beginner to expert. Take a LARC! Joyride where we showcase the capabilities of our specialised machines. Including, LARC! Splashdowns, marine navigation and multi terrain 4 wheel driving. Or let us transport you to your own secluded section of beach where the only foot prints found are your own. Include a fresh picnic lunch, beach cricket, frisbee, and a dip in the ocean, and you have a uncomplicated and successful trip for everyone.
“Thank you for the opportunity to experience a day on the LARC! Margot and I enjoyed the day and especially the hospitality extended to us by Col and yourself. As Principal of a school in Bundaberg I would recommend its potential as an educational excursion for high school students. I will pass on its highlights to our SOSE, Marine Studies and Science teachers as an excursion to consider. Thank you again for a very memorable day.”
Pat Wall – Principal, Shalom College, Bundaberg
“A big thank you to 1770 LARC! Tours for taking the Discovery Christian College primary school students out on the Goolimbil Walkabout. We all had a thoroughly interesting day, packed with lots of information and fun things to do. By doing the walkabout and being out in nature the kids had the opportunity to learn through seeing, doing and experiencing so much. The guides’ knowledge of the native flora and fauna as well as the indigenous history was exceptional”.
Mel Clifton – Primary teacher, Discovery Christian College, Agnes Water