Let Bombora put together a half day experience for your group or students at beautiful Bronte, Coogee Beach or Berry Island Reserve.
Prices start at $25 per student for a full day experience with up to 4 x workshops (35-45 minutes each and a coastal walk.)
Get the students out of the classroom and clear their heads. It is good wellbeing.
Bombora have catered for groups of up to 200 students in our Tour & Workshop experiences. Let's split into 3 or 4 groups and rotate through our interesting workshops whilst at the beach.
If a classroom environment is more for you then we are happy to visit you at school!
Subject matter can vary to suit the school's curriculum.
Learn about and taste traditional bush tucker & medicine with Indigenous guide, Zookeeper and educator, Kirra Randall. A proud Bundjalung woman of the Tweed Heads area, Kirra can also run Indigenous art & craft workshops. The choice is yours.
Students will be captivated by Indigenous musician and educator Karl Wickey when he takes them on an ancient journey.
Let your group partake in a Smoking Ceremony, be painted with ochre and learn about the Yidaki's ancient history.
Have you considered how us Aussies transitioned from the lily white, woolen clad, non-swimming Victorian & Georgian English into the Ocean lovers we are today? Let Bombora explain that incredible story.
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Get hands on with some of our beautiful native wildlife such as snakes, lizards, frogs and insects. Learn about their Dreamtime creation stories.
They are not as scary as they look.
For information on this option as an incursion please email Christian directly on email@example.com
Here the students will be thrown into a Survivor scenario. It is 1788 and their boat has sunk in dangerous waters, they have made it to shore with basic equipment. How do they survive such a situation?
The students will have a ball whilst learning about Indigenous culture, our Colonial & Victorian history.
Check- out some of the other Incursions Grant can offer below.
Our 1.5hr In-school incursions are $14 per head with a minimum 25 students or $350. With larger numbers we can do two or three 1.5hr experiences in a single day.
Learn about our native grasses, fruits, tubers and berries and their incredible nutritional and medicinal use.
The kids love it.
Let Kirra or Karl share their knowledge with an Art & Craft, Weaving, Bush Tucker, the didgeridoo (Yidaki), Spirituality or Indigenous Culture in-school Incursion. Grant will transport students back to the colonial days or maybe show how gruesome the Victorian era really was.
Let Grant teach your students about Sustainability, conservation, habitat, adaption, climate change or pollution. Learn about and taste native plants from along Sydney's coastline and how they keep our city healthy and safe.
You can mix and match your choice of subject matter or just email me with your ideas.
Let me take your students back to a time when everything was quite…..GROSS!!
In this fun hands-on learning adventure, your kids will experience a day in the life of a child in 1837, even a good caning - not quite!
Learn how kids woke up in time for school without an alarm clock and what a typical day at school was like.
Let Grant bring along one of his smart, gentle working dogs and learn how the 'man & dog' partnership got us to where we are today.
That is 'Nelson' the Bearded Collie smiling.
Try Bread & Dripping for breakfast!
Our In-school incursions run for 90 minutes. With larger numbers we can do two or three 1.5hr experiences in a single day.
Victorian Era children were regularly beaten with canes & straps, put in the stocks and placed in a basket in the ceiling area (a basket case)
Grant Hyde, a published author of five historical fiction novels, a tour guide and educator, conducts “Tales Short & Tall” Incursions. A 90 minute ‘in-school’ practical activity where students will experience the joys of the written word.
Let your students discover 'exciting writing' with a modern day storyteller.
Check out this great video of Shakespeare
Listen to exciting passages from Grant’s novels as the students are asked to develop their own story.
Our 90 minute experience
can work with up to 40 students at a time.
Use goose feather quills, fountain pens, ink and parchment to create their own masterpieces.
'Islands of Gold' a stand alone sequel to 'Lords of the Pacific'.
Published in 2011 by Pan McMillian
The first in the South Pacific Series
Published in 2009 by Pan McMillian
'The Feathered Crown' is the third book in the South Sea Series.
Published in 2020 by Kindle Direct Publishing