Incredible Brisbane Outdoor Day Excursions

Riverlife excursions for schools in Brisbane kids kayaking.

Are you looking for exciting school excursion ideas in Brisbane that are in line with the Australian Curriculum? Located right in the heart of Brisbane at Kangaroo Point Cliffs, Riverlife provides a great range of activities that will get students out of their comfort zones and teach them teamwork, resilience and leadership skills.

Riverlife excursions school group kayaking on Brisbane River.

Kayaking on the Brisbane River

Navigating single kayaks along the river, your students will explore Brisbane from a new perspective and learn exciting facts about the city. They will build resilience by being physically challenged, but also gain a great understanding of motion and aerodynamics, discovering that speed relies on technique, effort and coordination.

Your students will learn the importance of team effort, motivating each other and looking out for each other to leave no one behind. A truly memorable experience for students and teachers.

Riverlife excursions school group of children rock climbing.

Rock climbing on the Kangaroo Point Cliffs

Did you know that you don’t have to travel far to experience rock climbing in a natural setting? Centrally located in Brisbane, the Kangaroo Point Cliffs provide an amazing rock climbing and abseiling playground to first-timers and experienced climbers. Help your students to conquer fear and build resilience when scaling these iconic cliffs.

The children will work together in groups, navigating each other up the rocks. Once reaching the top of the cliffs, your students will be rewarded with an incredible feeling of accomplishment and breathtaking views of the river and city skyline.

Riverlife Brisbane kids ready to abseiling at Kangaroo Point Cliffs.

Abseiling the Kangaroo Point Cliffs

Similar to rock climbing, abseiling is a great activity that promotes trust and self-confidence in your students. They will develop great teamwork skills, encouraging and motivating each other to step over the edge of the cliffs to start their abseiling experience.

During the 20 metre descent offering stunning views of Brisbane and the river, they will explore the natural law of gravity, feeling their own body weight against the drop below. Slowly, trust will overcome the natural instinct of fear, allowing for an incredible sensation, students usually can’t get enough of.

Riverlife excursions school groups bike ride adventure.

Bike and Rollerblade Tours

Surprise your students with a bike or rollerblades tour around Brisbane where they will discover new places and learn exciting facts about the city. A guaranteed fun time that – without a doubt – will make you the teacher of the year. Riverlife’s city excursions are not only great fun, but they will also take your students back in time, while they learn about many of Brisbane’s popular landmarks and their history along the way.

Riverlife excursions school groups URB-E tours.

URB-E Tours

URB-Es are electric sit-down scooters that can travel up to 30km on full charge and have a top speed of 25kph.

Riverlife’s URB-E sightseeing tours are a great alternative to bikes and rollerblades for older students (from the age of 12), providing them with their first ‘driving’ experience that will teach them about speed and acceleration, as well as being responsible while cruising along the cycleways. Just as Riverlife’s Bike and Rollerblades Tours, the URB-E Tour will take your student around the city exploring popular landmarks and learning about Brisbane’s history.

About Riverlife

Riverlife has an impeccable safety record and has been in operation for more than 17 years. All activities are run by highly-qualified and well-trained instructors, who provide students and teachers with full instructions and safety equipment, ensuring they are safe at all times. Riverlife follows a strict COVID-safe plan and has excellent health and hygiene procedures.

Choose from half day, full day or short day options on the Riverlife website, or email [email protected] for more information.

 

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