All schools and students wishing to participate in the 2019 MYP Conference (May 7th to 10th) are advised that Registration opens OCTOBER 19th, 2018. The CLOSING DATE for registration is Monday DECEMBER 3rd, 2018. Participating schools will then be asked to complete the online registration.

  • Students from year 5 to year 12, with at least an accompanying teacher.
  • The maximum number of registrations per school is eight students plus teachers,
    Elders, Koorie Educator or Community Cultural Leader as is appropriate.
  • Each group must keep a minimum ratio of 1 teacher to 8 students.
  • Registration opens October 19th 2018
  • Schools will be invoiced for payment of $350.00 per student once registered.on registration

Once registered, each school will be asked to complete a program participation form which WILL be available via our website. On request a 2019 Mungo Youth Project Learning Resources Kit will be provided to schools on request.

Each registered school will be supported in planning their presentation including through mentoring, resources, and school visits (on request). Presenting schools are strongly advised to use the ‘Kids teaching Kids’ guide (See the Resources Section) and to ring Robert Biggs for further information regarding presentations – what makes your presentation strong and to assist in building background knowledge and key skills.


Each student attending is required to make a payment of $350.00 to attend. If this presents a difficulty please contact the organisers. Upon registration, you will be invoiced to pay the $350 per student. This payment can be made by cheque or EFT.  Should you not confirm or complete registration details and payment by the due date you will forfeit your place in the program.

Cancellation Policy

If, after registration, you choose to cancel your attendance, within the period three weeks prior to the program, the fee is non-refundable as infrastructure planning to provide the services and for your attendance will be established.


We encourage all schools to approach local organisations for sponsorship to cover additional participation costs such as camping, travel expenses or teacher replacement. All sponsors will be recognised on the Project website and their logo included as a participant sponsor.