School Excursions

Active students are happy students.

If you’re looking for an active school excursion that encourages teamwork, promotes physical fitness and challenges students in a fun, supportive environment, we’ve got you covered!

Our programs are aimed at inspiring and engaging school students with the goal of increasing their sense of well being, their self-confidence, fitness and understanding of the importance of health.

Students increase knowledge and skills in:

Character building


Cardio fitness

Physical development


Stress management

Full-On Fun school excursions…

Laughing leads to learning… So at Supa, we make physical education fun! Students engage in challenging activities, teambuilding exercises and learn the correlation between physical fitness and health.

Please Note: School programs run in accordance with school term dates. They do not run on weekends, during public holidays or school holidays.

We’ve got 2 supa packages to choose from!

Our school packages include full access to the entire centre, grip socks for all participants and a brief safety introduction. Please chat to us about a private function room!


$12.50 per student


A 1-hour rotation program. Our friendly team members will assist throughout to ensure each rotation runs smoothly.


1-hour of free play, so that the students can pick and choose and activity at their leisure.

*Minimum of 10 students required.


$18.50 per student


A 2-hour rotation program. Our friendly team members will assist throughout to ensure each rotation runs smoothly.


2-hours of free play, so that the students can pick and choose and activity at their leisure.

*Minimum of 10 students required.

Linking to the curriculum

Supa’s syllabus works alongside the Australian Curriculum Health and Physical Education Framework. Within this program, students’ develop a range of skills, fitness, confidence and knowledge in health and physical education.

If you would like to receive a copy of our current School Syllabus, please email Mark here.

What schools have to say about Supa…

Geelong Grammar School

“On behalf of Bostock House Year 3 and 4 students, Alison and Stacey, may I extend our most sincere gratitude for the excellent session we shared with you yesterday afternoon. It was so refreshing to come across such a professional service provider, in a location that was stimulating, exciting and so clean and welcoming! Just an outstanding end to our camp. Your staff were attentive, friendly and proficient in their duties with the children. Thank you so much Kate. We will certainly be back and will recommend your superb set up to any and all.”

Andrew Groves – Bostock House, Geelong Grammar School

Manifold Heights Primary School

“I just wanted to give you some feedback on our Grade 1/2 visit to Supa on 20/8/15. The staff commented that their visit was extremely successful and the kids had a great time and believe this was due to Supa’s organisation and professionalism. So, congrats! I have passed this positive feedback onto the other schools in my network.”

Kylie Roskosch – Manifold Heights Primary School

The Gordon Tafe

“An exciting and energetic place that allows for a hands-on approach to education. My students gained a good insight into how to encourage others and work as a team while getting an understanding of the processes involved in creating a safe and engaging educational experience. Supa’s staff showed a clear focus on safety and quality when it came to engaging the students. Their professional nature from their welcome when we arrived, to the safety briefing at the climbing centre allowed the students to ensure they were aware of the expectations of the centre but also allowed them to have a fun experience. I will definitely be using this centre again for educational opportunities full of fun.”

Gavin Wake (The Gordon)

Oberon High School

“Firstly the atmosphere and aesthetics when we first arrived was bright and colourful. Lots of smiling faces greeted us at the entrance. I think this is so important. The staff were great in explaining the benefits of trampolining and physical fitness. They discussed these points and also the right and wrong ways to participate in all activities. The program set, as far as rotating the students in small groups appeared to keep them on task. The hour went by so quickly which says much regarding the fun nature of all the activities.”

Vlad Filipovski (Phys. Ed and Outdoor Ed teacher) Oberon High School