The Great Aussie Bush Camp
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  • Company size
    51 to 200
  • Headquarters
    Tea Gardens
  • Link
    The Great Aussie Bush Camp website

The Great Aussie Bush Camp began life as a theme park and movie studio, started by entrepreneurs and pioneering documentary film makers, Mike and Mal Leyland. Mike and Mal migrated with their parents from England to Australia at age 5 and at age 15, Mike won a trip to the 1956 Olympic Games in Melbourne after entering a cartoon drawing competition. He took with him a 16mm movie camera that his father purchased for him.

Mike and Mal’s future as documentary film makers really began with their c...

The Great Aussie Bush Camp began life as a theme park and movie studio, started by entrepreneurs and pioneering documentary film makers, Mike and Mal Leyland. Mike and Mal migrated with their parents from England to Australia at age 5 and at age 15, Mike won a trip to the 1956 Olympic Games in Melbourne after entering a cartoon drawing competition. He took with him a 16mm movie camera that his father purchased for him.

Mike and Mal’s future as documentary film makers really began with their careers in the media. Mike became a news cameraman at television station NBN at age 21 and at 18, Mal was working as a cadet at Newcastle’s The Sun newspaper.

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ACTIVITY INSTRUCTOR TRAINEE in Tea Gardens NSW
on 2 January 2020
Fun workplace hard work
Great social aspect. Supportive management an ongoing training opportunities. Long days in heat and wildlife dangers. Long days - same pay per day no matter how many hours. School holidays off can be a bonus or hard having no job for those periods.
Server in Karuah NSW
on 21 June 2022
Fast paced, stressful, horrible management
This job is for someone who enjoys always being on your feet, handling multiple tasks at once and have a lot of patience.. Most of the people I worked with were lovely, but the owners/managers are highly unprofessional, have no standards for respect to their employees, incredibly sexist/racist tendencies. If you make a mistake, good luck because they will hold it to you for the rest of your employ...
Chef Manager in Kincumber NSW
on 22 March 2020
Great
School holidays off a very hands on managememtyoung team with a few older amongst the mix Great training in out door enviroment apart from when it rains
Outdoor Instructor in Australia
on 18 June 2018
dangerous
Induction training was insufficient and there were many accidents with new recruits. Luckily this company is not in this country otherwise they wouldn't still be in business.
Outdoor Education Instructor in Newcastle, NSW
on 30 May 2018
Demanding and fun work environment
You work a lot of hours with this job, but it is very enjoyable. The people you meet are great and the work is fun. A big part of the job is learning to adapt and having excellent time management.

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