The maximum number of students you can book into any single guided program session is 75 (3 groups). If you have more than 75 students you will need to book multiple sessions.
Do's and don'ts
- DO wear appropriate clothing and footwear for outdoor locations during the tour.
- DO bring a hat. Students will be invited to remove sun hats in the Sanctuary as a mark of respect.
- Bags should be left on the bus if possible as this saves time in cloaking them inside the building.
- DO bring cut lunches and eat them on grassed areas, weather permitting.
- No flash photography.
- No using of pens or textas. Pencils are permitted.
Supervision and behaviour
We rely upon teachers and parent helpers to supervise students and to ensure appropriate standards of behaviour. These include:
- speaking quietly
- listening to other speakers
- refraining from touching displays
- and being considerate of other visitors
Safety and venue information for schools
Please refer to our:
Our policy is that all children visiting or engaging with the Shrine have a right to feel and be safe, respected, valued and protected from harm.
We create and maintain a child safe environment. The welfare of children is a priority and we have zero tolerance for child abuse.
For more information, contact Sue Burgess, Child Safe Officer:
Working with Children Policy
Working With Children Check or Victorian Institute of Teaching (VIT) registrations are a condition of employment for all Shrine staff.
The Shrine is committed to ensuring its programs and activities are accessible to all Victorian schools. Some schools are eligible to apply for subsidised support to visit. Email for further information or to learn if you qualify.
Reviewed 07 May 2021