"Thankyou to Rhen, Clayton and Wayne for running a fantastic school camp.
I wasn't sure what to expect when we arrived, but was pleasantly surprised at the knowledge and experience of all three guides.
Each day was full of activities such as kayaking, snorkelling, Mt Tempest walk, sand boarding and North point, which were all adapted to suit the students and the weather!
A particular mention goes to Rhen who connected well with the students, and encouraged me to "have a go" at a few of the activities that I wasn't so sure about, for which I am now thankful!
Overall, a highly successful camp and I have no hesitations recommending it." Visited June 2016
"Had an amazing trip to Moreton Island. Definitely one to remember.
You cant really compare the three Guides. Wayne was and all rounder and a great cook and a great fisherman.
Clayton knew his flora and fauna very well. I very much enjoyed trying out some of the native passion fruit and the finding of pippies.
Rhen was more of a young energetic guide. But he made it fun for all of us. The overall trip was incredible. Sandboarding in the desert on day 1.
Hiking Mount Tempest, exploring North Point, watching whales from the lighthouse, swimming at Blue Lagoon and sandboarding again on Big Dunes on day 2, and snorkeling the Wrecks and Kayaking on day 3.
There's also no roads so the 4wd makes it heaps more fun. I will definitely choose these guys again next time. Cheers guys for an awesome 3 days." Visited June 2016
Just wanted to send a big THANK YOU for the weekend camping trip you guys put together. Students had a really good time, it was very chilled and friendly vibe throughout the tour.
Clayton, Wayne and Dave were very patient with the kids and students liked the fact that we had plenty of time to enjoy in each stop and activity.
You can tell they are all people’s persons and enjoyed what they do.
Cookies and marshmallows at night were a really big hit, I’ve done it before in other trips and is a great impact on clients with very little money J so that was great.
Wayne pumped up the BBQ with some caramelized onion and mushrooms which was really nice.
Overall I think it was a very good experience, as a tourism professional I can see a few things where there could be room for improvement, like some food, eg. Sandwiches lunch could be a bit more generous.
And guides could give a bit more commentary/information during the tour, since there was some dead time that could be used in your advantage.
But like I said, it was really enjoyable, very relaxed, and the guys were very helpful.
I will definitely continue to promote this trip and I’ve been thinking on looking for the opportunity to do a Fraser Island trip sometime.
Just hope that the numbers at the school work out.
Activities Coordinator, EF Brisbane
We are able to offer a variety of activities for your students and created a schedule that ensures that your specific objectives and budgetary requirements are met.
Our staff are well briefed prior to the camp in regards to your needs and itineraries are made available to all your staff to help ensure that everything runs smoothly.
Sunrover also offer our customers fun filled, educational day trips.
These will include lunch on the island, island tour taking in sights such as Cape Moreton lighthouse and Blue Lagoon and sandboarding.
Extra activities such as snorkeling can also be added for an additional cost.
There are a variety of accommodation options available on Moreton Island.
Sunrover has permanent & protected sites at Blue Lagoon, North Point or Comboyuro Point with tents erected, kitchen facilities, covered seating and Qld Parks toilet & shower facilities.
If you're looking for unit style accommodation, we can also offer Tangalooma Resort as an alternative.
Whether you want to experience the National Park wilderness under canvas or under ceiling, we've got you covered.
We have a variety of options available in regards to catering. If camping, all meals will be prepared on site.
We can also offer catering options for our guests staying in accommodation, and are happy to meet any special dietary requirements.
There is an enormous amount of things that campers can do during their stay. For Moreton Island we offer the following activities.
Mt Tempest walk
Approximately 280 metres in elevation. The track is maintained by
Department of Environment and Resource Management and seats are provided along the way and at the lookout.
After the steep climb, students are rewarded with a 360 degree view of the island, the Bay and Glasshouse Mountains.
The walk is 2.5km and takes approximately two hours. Ask about the great additional hikes we can also offer.
Students are transported to the Desert, where they participate in the fun activity of sandboarding.
In the interest of safety, our staff insist that all participants lay on their stomachs NOT sit or stand on the boards.
Qld Parks & Wildlife Ranger talk
Involves one of the friendly Moreton Island rangers coming & speaking to the children & staff.
You will learn about the amazing history of Moreton Island, it's significance to the native people and it's amazing variety of flora and fauna.
Cape Moreton Lighthouse
Children will be transported to the Cape Moreton to visit the oldest operating lighthouse in Queensland.
You will visit the information centre and take in the amazing views from the cape. During the right time of year, whales, dolphins and turtles are often seen.
One of the most popular activities made available to visitors on Moreton Island.
This activity is only available to groups taking advantage of our Tangalooma package.
Students are taken on a guided snorkeling tour of the famous Tangalooma Wrecks.
Before entering the water, the guides will take everyone through our safety procedures.
All equipment for this activity is included including kick boards if required, wet suits, masks and snorkel.
The operators of this activity are also fully accredited and qualified ambulance officers.
South of Cape Moreton is an area where the dunes have formed natural catchments of rainwater. Here you will find tangled heathlands, wildflowers and bungwall fern.
Blue Lagoon is a freshwater lake ringed with pure white sand. Children will be taken to the area and supervised while they enjoy a swim.
Blue Lagoon also offers fresh water snorkelling in a safe environment for beginners.
We also offer a variety of other bushwalks, ranging from easy stroll to vigorous workout.
We are also very happy to visit your students and provide a presentation taking them through what to expect while on camp. There is of course, no additional charge for this.
Health & Safety
At Sunrover Tours the safety of our guests is paramount. All our staff operate under strict guidelines, and all facilities meet fire safety regulations.
Sunrover's Educational Officer/Camp Supervisor must be informed one week prior to departure of any special dietary requirements for students or staff.
All our staff are also required to hold Blue Cards and hold the necessary qualifications.
It is important that parents of campers with allergies or medical needs inform the school so as our staff can be kept fully informed.
Should a child need to be removed from the island due to serious injury or illness, there is a helipad at Bulwer that will will have them back on the mainland in under 20 minutes.
Should any of our campers become unwell during their stay, Sunrover staff and teachers will work together to ensure parents are kept well informed.
At any time your staff or parents have any questions, please contact us on 07 3203 4241 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please do not bring valuable items such as jewelry, ipods, PSP etc. to camp. There are no storage lockers available, and being a sand island electrical items are easily damaged.
To help ensure everyone enjoys their time on camp, we do have camp rules which must be adhered to. Sunrover reserves the right to send home any person behaving inappropriately.
In this instance, no refund is applicable.
Of an evening, teachers are responsible for the behavior of their groups. During the day, responsibility is shared with teachers being consulted on all disciplinary matters.
Our rules are as follows:
All National Parks & Heritage sites must be respected.
Students are not permitted cigarettes, alcohol or other drugs
No plant life is to be destroyed
Graffiti of any kind will incur a minimum penalty of $300.00
Please respect all equipment provided by us for your use. Any damage will be repaired at the schools cost
What To Bring:
Swimming togs and sun shirt
Plastic bag for wet or dirty clothes
disposable crockery & cutlery
sleeping bag & mat
Also remember to put your name on all items so any lost property can be returned easily.
You will be issued with an invoice for a 50% deposit based on the approximate numbers attending.
21 days prior to your camp departure date, you will be sent a final invoice for the remaining amount based on final numbers given. Once this invoice is sent, we are unfortunately unable to refund.
Any cancellations made with less than 21 days notice will be entitled to no refund.
Any cancellations made with more than 21 days notice will incur a 20% booking fee with the remainder refunded to the customer.