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NRMA Halls Gap Holiday Park

NRMA Halls Gap Holiday Park

Bear Grylls Survival Academy

NRMA Parks and Resorts have exclusively partnered with the Bear Grylls Survival Academy to bring your kids SHIPWRECKED, an action-packed 4-part survival and adventure program, launching May 1!

Based on the legendary adventures of Bear Grylls and operated by an elite team of survival experts, SHIPWRECKED aims to take kids out of their comfort zones with fun, challenging and interactive activities and obstacles surrounded by nature.

Not only will kids build on their confidence, self-esteem, and social skills – they’ll learn how to think like a true survivor, all while having a blast and making new friends!

Book your adventure

kids vs wild ship wrecked

The SHIPWRECKED story. How it all began…

All supplies have been washed ashore, including the map you need to navigate your way home. To make matters worse, the map has been torn into 4 pieces by a lightning strike and is now scattered across the island. We need you to abandon the ship and find all 4 parts of the map to get everyone home safely. To do this, you’ll need full training from an elite team of survival experts! For every session you attend, you’ll not only learn important survival skills, but you’ll be one step closer to finding all the map pieces to get home.

Your missions

Take on four 60-minute survival missions, each operated by our team of survival experts. Each mission is completely supervised and aims to teach kids how to think like a true survivor, all while having fun and making new friends. Missions are run over weekends and every day during school holidays, with each mission costing $15 per child.

Select your mission below to find out more.

Book your adventure
Stay and experience the adventure at NRMA Halls Gap Holiday Park. Fill out the enquiry form below and a member of our friendly reservations team will be in touch to book your accommodation and the Bear Grylls Survival Academy missions. Need more info? Check out our FAQs below.

Every time you surprise yourself…
you inspire yourself.

Frequently asked questions

All guests at the Resort are welcome to participate in the Bear Grylls Survival Academy.

Yes. Guests can complete our website enquiry form and our team will be in contact to discuss availability and payment. Alternatively, guests can call 1300 414 448 or see our staff at Reception.

Bear Grylls Survival Academy is suitable for children aged 4 to 17.

Please note: Children aged 4-7 must have a parent or guardian in attendance to supervise. In this instance, the parent or guardian can simply observe with no further booking or payment required. However, if the parent or guardian would like to participate, a booking and payment is required.

NRMA Members $15 per child or adult per mission.
Non-Members $20 per child or adult per mission.

Each mission will run for 60 minutes and guests are asked to arrive at the meeting point 10 minutes prior to the activity start time.

No, each course is run individually, however we recommend completing all 4 to become recognised as a Bear Grylls Survival Academy survivor!

Yes, adults can join in! The Family Mission is specifically designed for families to experience a segment of all four missions. Adults can however join any mission they wish to participate in.

As this activity is performed in the outdoors, allergens must be considered by the parent or guardian. It is important that all participant allergies are communicated at the time of booking.

Please note: whilst every effort is made to cater to allergies and special requirements, some components of the mission cannot be changed.

Yes, each session will be operated and supervised by the mission Instructor. The parent or guardian is required to sign their child in and out of the activity.

Yes, you will be required to sign a waiver prior to the commencement of the activity.

Generally, groups are a maximum of 12 within each mission, with Family Missions hosting up to 20 participants. It is at the discretion of the Resort if a mission is to be cancelled due to minimum numbers not being met.

Mission times are filled on a first in basis and fill fast especially during peak periods.

We strongly recommend booking places early to avoid disappointment.

Depending on the mission we will look to make alternative arrangements to run the mission as planned or reschedule to another time.

Yes. Refunds are available up to 3 hours before the start of the activity. Cancellation must be communicated to Reception and refunds will not be provided if the participant simply does not attend the activity.

Bear Grylls has designed these missions, however, will not be at the park. Training has however been provided to our Survival Instructors by the Bear Grylls Survival Academy.

The missions run year-round, including weekends outside school holidays, and every day during school holiday periods. Please refer to the park websites for specifics on mission times.

All equipment will be supplied during the activities. Although, we ask that all participants arrive with a hat, enclosed footwear, drink bottle and a sense of adventure! Don’t forget to apply sunscreen prior to arrival.

No, all activities are run within the property.

Yes, the parent or guardian must sign their child (or children) in and out of the program.