Schools or community groups can organise their own The Long Walk with the help of The Long Walk fundraiser kit. Register your event to download the kit.
The schools’ challenges are a fun way to involve a class or school in an immersive experience of creating change. One challenge a year offers entries the chance to be part of the on-ground experience at Dreamtime at the ‘G. See the current challenge.
The on-ground walk at Dreamtime at the ‘G is accessed through The Long Walk Dreamtime Membership and the Schools Challenge. Find out more about the Dreamtime Membership. Find out more about the Schools Challenge
The Long Walk events are listed on our main website. Participation is free, except for the on-ground experience at Dreamtime at the ‘G. Find The Long Walk near you.
Register for Walk the Talk to book your free visit. While we try and fill every request, visits are limited to some metropolitan areas. If we are unable to travel to your school, the DVD replaces the visit.
The objectives and outcomes of the Walk the Talk classroom resources are aligned with the Australian Curriculum for Years 5 and 6, and Years 9 and 10. The units have a strong English and History focus with the relevant content descriptors listed at the beginning of each unit. All Organising Ideas relating to the cross curriculum priority of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and cultures are also covered across the units. Download Sample content for a 'Sneak Peek'
Complete the simple registration form to get the free DVD, organise a school visit, or download classroom resources.