Port Stephens Floating Classroom with Tamboi Queen Cruises
Your Floating classroom is located at D’Albora Marina in Nelson Bay just a 10 drive from The Retreat Port Stephens your school camp organisers.
The Retreat Port Stephens offers school group accommodation, onsite activities, excellent facilities, catering options and full itinerary planning available. The Retreat Port Stephens has it all covered in a private, safe and relaxing environment where you know your students and staff will have the School camp of a life time.
Did you know that the Largest Marine park is Port Stephens Marine Park NSW Australia??
Marine education that is fun and informative in a classroom like no other is exactly what Tamboi Queen Cruises are offering to the education sector for school students of all levels. Offering exceptional knowledge on marine mammals, Port Stephens Great Lakes Marine Park and nautical terminology.
Students can get up close and personal to local bottle nose Dolphins and the marine environment of Port Stephens.
Children learn and retain information easier when presented in a fun and relaxed environment. Tamboi Queen Cruises prides themselves for have the skills to relay messages that are informative but easy to understand using association techniques examples and hands on displays.
Information which can be covered includes:
Reproduction, diet , physical characteristics
Environmental concerns, threats, protection laws
Marine Parks / Nautical terminology
Functions of marine parks
Laws and legislation
Ropes and knots (hands on)
There is the option of a Local Experienced Education Officer for approx. 45min before their cruise departs that will cover marine topics and answer any questions the students have. Tamboi Queen Cruises educational packages include worksheets, theory and practical studies and lots of fun.
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