School Groups

Charter and tailor a school excursion, specific class lesson or end of year school camp aboard our pink LARC’s!

From 5 year olds to University students, 1770 LARC! Tours has catered for many tours to meet individual school curriculum requirements. Our knowledgeable guides can tailor tour content at your request and highlight desired topics like nature, biology, marinelife, environmental studies, history and more. Reward the kids with their end of year camp on the LARC! Or imagine the Biology class from the back of our pink LARC!

Class room with a difference!

Take the whole class on an exclusive school group tour. Tours can be easily tailored for any age group and for curriculum requirements. Imagine a history lesson on wheels or an environmental based tour on climate change and the ever-changing environment. Maybe a congratulations you have graduated from Grade 10 Sandboarding Safari tour? With the capacity of our two LARC! vessels 64 guests, we can cater to most class sizes.

The Paradise Tour offered by 1770 LARC! Tours is the perfect history lesson while our Goolimbil Walkabout tour is a cultural teaching from a local elder.

Here’s what the teachers say…

“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 DCC Agnes Water

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