Victoria's Outdoor Education, Recreation, School Camps & Nature Based Adventure Programs - Quest Skills for Life
Phone: 1300 390 818

Welcome to Quest Skills for Life

Quest Skills for Life is a unique, Award Winning, Outdoor Education organisation that focuses on the leadership & development of young people, helping them become better equipped for life.

Through a variety of Victoria based adventure programs including school camps, university programs, and the Duke of Edinburgh award, we give students the opportunity to be involved in many exciting camps with a real purpose!

The Latest From Quest

Operations Manager Visits China

07
Oct
International School Camps Meeting with Leshine Group China

Our operations manager Joel Thompson has been travelling through parts of Asia spending time with global camp leaders and operators in pursuit of strengthening our international relationships and...
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QSFL visits Innotrek in Singapore

29
Sep
Singapore School Camps with Innotrek

On our Operations Manager's recent trip to Asia, Joel spent time in Singapore with our friends at Innotrek, a company that runs innovative school camp and outdoor education programs throughout...
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Lake Mountain Day Program

22
Aug

We hit Lake Mountain this week on our Ski Quest day program. Instructed by Paul Thompson, 18 students from a school in the Eastern Suburbs of Melbourne ventued into the mountains for a cross country...
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Melbourne City Tourism Bid

29
Jun

A group of students are travelling around Melbourne City this week as part of their school holiday camp with us. Students from all over the world have attended the program, and are learning about...
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Outdoors Victoria Conference 2015

26
May
Quest Skills for Life School Camps at the Outdoors Victoria 2015 Conference, Live Life Outdoors

Our team ventured through the Yarra Ranges and the black spur into Marysville on the weekend for the 2015 Outdoors Victoria Conference held at Camp Marysville. The event hosted by OV saw around 300...
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