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Schoolies is the annual end-of-year festival where high-school graduates, or ‘Schoolies’, from around Australia come together to celebrate finishing their final year of high school. A right-of-passage event, Schoolies often marks school leavers first parent-free holiday, and facilitates the perfect opportunity for them to blow off their post-year-12 steam with friends, before transitioning into tertiary study or full-time work.
Celebrated nationwide over a 3-week period that coincides with the different finishing dates of schools across the states, Schoolies offers official events that cater to all preferences. With a wide range of official events on offer, Schoolies can expect to get involved in beach parties, pool and club parties, as well as a broad range of festival style music events, depending on where they opt to celebrate.
Traditionally the country's largest celebration happens on the pristine shores of Queensland’s beautiful Gold Coast. Other popular destinations to celebrate however include Byron Bay, Airlie Beach, Victor Harbor, Margaret River, Magnetic Island, Busselton, Yallingup, Lorne, Victor Harbor, Broome, Gracetown, Torquay, Anglesea, Sorrento, Airlie Beach, Port Stephens, Sunshine Coast, Phillip Island, Rye, Rottnest Island and Terrigal, as well as international destinations such as Bali, Vanuatu, Thailand, Fiji and New Zealand.
Key Schoolies Dates
Rye Schoolies 2022 dates:Week Two: 26/11/2022 to 3/12/2022 Week Three: 3/12/2022 to 10/12/2022
Week One: 19/11/2022 to 26/11/2022
Rye Schoolies 2023 dates:Week Two: 25/11/2023 to 2/12/2023 Week Three: 2/12/2023 to 9/12/2023
Week One: 18/11/2023 to 25/11/2023
- 7 Nights Accommodation.
- Schoolies Accommodation Wristband. (Giving you exclusive access to your resort and its amenities.)
- Tribe Travel Lanyard.
- Access to the 24-hour Leavers hotline.