School Trips

SCHOOL TRIPS



In 2023, Elizabeth College will be offering three inter-state trips to interested students in year 11 and 12:


• Mount Hotham Ski Trip

• Generations in Jazz Stage Band/A Cappella Ensemble Trip to Mount Gambier

• Great Barrier Reef Trip

For more information see information supplied or directly contact the trip manager.

Great Barrier Reef Dive and Snorkelling Tour

29 September - 3 October 2023

The 4-night/5-day Great Barrier Reef trip occurs at the start of the Term 3 holidays, departing Hobart on Friday 29th September. The trip has exciting links to senior biology and environmental science courses, it’s a wonderful way to see this natural wonder of the world, and a great opportunity to escape the chilly south for a few days. For those students doing pre-tertiary subjects it’s also a chance to have a well-earned and very important break before the sprint to the final examinations begins. The trip is perfect for students who would like to snorkel on the GBR and for those who can already scuba dive, or who plan to learn to dive beforehand. The trip will cost approx. $2600 per student ('all-inclusive'), and up to 14 students can participate. For more information, view the flyer here

Mount Hotham Ski Trip

Term 3 2023 (exact dates TBC)

The Ski Trip takes students to Mount Hotham in Term 3. The cost is approx. $2500 and includes all flights, accommodation, meals, equipment hire, transport and daily lessons catering for all skill levels. Interested students are required to attend meetings held early in Term 1 to receive preliminary information. For more information, see the flyer here

Performing Arts Trip - Generations in Jazz

4-8 May 2023

Elizabeth College Performing Arts Department is planning a five-day stage band/a cappella ensemble trip to Victoria and South Australia. We are currently asking for expressions of interest from students who intend to participate in the Elizabeth College Stage Band and/or the a cappella vocal ensemble in 2023. For more information, see the flyer here