Explore the National Capital Attractions web sites or contact their education sections to identify programs and resources that relate to classroom studies. Program bookings are essential at all attractions.
If possible come and visit the National Capital beforehand by using the National Capital Teachers Pass, registering for a Teachers Familiarisation Tour or attending a Travelling Teachers Seminar if available.
Assistance with planning itineraries, booking programs at the National Capital Attraction, identifying accommodation availability and transport needs can be provided by a range of Transport Operators throughout Australia.
Read the Parliament and Civics Education Rebate (PACER) information and guidelines carefully to establish whether you are eligible for this assistance.
Access public liability certificates and risk assessment statements from the National Capital Attractions to ensure your excursion is a safe experience for your students.
Explore our School Scrapbook page to see how other schools have enjoyed their excursions to the National Capital.
Order a class set of National Capital Passports. These passports are a fun way to provide a record of the attractions that the students visited whilst on their excursion.
If you require further assistance you can contact the National Capital Educational Tourism Project for information on attractions, accommodation and PACER.