Upcoming Camps For 7 - 17 Year Olds

We always get great feedback, from kids, and from guardians!

Yorke Peninsula | Mar 14th - 17th 2024

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Join us for the Yorke Peninsula adventure in the stunning Innes National Park, a great program that is only a couple of hours drive from Adelaide.

This program incorporates some classic ‘peninsula’ activities such as rake crabbingsquid fishing and even boogie boarding! In addition to that, we visit some of the must-see places and hopefully stumble across some of the commonly-seen baby emu’s along the way! We visit the famous Ethel Wreck, West Cape Lookout and Cape Spencer Lookout. A brilliant program for adventures with plenty of energy and a desire for interactive nature-play.

Murray River | Apr 16th - 19th

(Registration Closed – Fully Booked)

Escape to the Murray River, perfect for locals seeking a break or adventurers from Adelaide and beyond. Immerse yourself in an array of curated activities, including the enchanting Mannum Waterfalls Walk, a Paddleboat Cruise, and the camaraderie devbeloped sitting by a Campfire. Uncover the river’s secrets with yabbying and fishing, and take on a simple and supported Raft Building Challenge, and possibly embark on a Kayaking adventure. Wind down with Movie Night or Hall Games. Explore Monarto Zoo and start your day with serene Morning Fishing and a thrilling Scavenger Hunt. Book now for a unique Murray River experience!

Port Lincoln | Apr 22nd - 25th 2024​

(Registration Closed – Fully Booked)

Our Pt Lincoln Camp is suitable for those living in Pt Lincoln, or for those who wish to fly over from Adelaide or elsewhere. We have a huge range of activities and the most unique activity on this summer camp is our ‘Swimming with the Seals‘ activity – it’s an unmissable supported adventure, that is uniquely Pt Lincoln!

Flinders Ranges | May 30th -June 2nd

(Registration Cut Off – May 16th)

Ancient mountain ranges, incredible gorges, and some brilliant bush tucker experiences would make you think you were navigating the terrain of another world. Explorers can be immersed in breath taking scenery during the day, and be amazed by the clear skies at night.

Our Southern Flinders Ranges program specifically focuses on Aboriginal culture, as we have 4 days to participate in activities such as dot painting, wood carving, yarning circles and sometimes even rake crabbing (seasonal)! All Aboriginal knowledge is taught by an Indigenous cultural educator.

Adelaide Hills | June 7th - 10th

(Registration Cut Off – May 24th)

Whether you’re a local seeking a peaceful retreat or arriving from another area, this experience seamlessly merges the charm of nature with the excitement of urban exploration.

Discover a range of activities that authentically capture the essence of Adelaide Hills and Adelaide City. From a visit to Melba’s Chocolate Factory to tree climbing in Kuitpo Forest, each experience provides a genuine connection to the unique offerings of the region.

Central Australia | June 30th - July 4th

(Registration Cut Off – June 16th)

Join us for a distinctive journey on our Central Australia Camp, this experience effortlessly combines the beauty of nature with the history of Aboriginal cultural. It’s truly a perfect back drop for developing social skills, having fun and stepping a bit out of your comfort zone (being so rural)

We use various destinations as a place to understand more about Aboriginal culture > this includes places like Uluru (Ayers Rocks), Kata Tjuta (The Olgas) and Watarrka National park (Kings Canyon) and much more!

Be part of this special retreat, delving into the heart of Central Australia.

Naracoorte Caves | July 9th - 12th​

(Registration Cut Off – June 25th)

The Naracoorte Caves tell the story of Australia’s unique animal heritage, as the caves preserve the most complete fossil record spanning several ice ages.

A whole range of topics can be explored, including palaeontology, geology, the secret world of bats, adventure caving and of course personal development activities too. In this camp, of course we do enter into the caves, including Alexandra Cave and Victoria Fossil Cave. Additionally, we get to do some fun activities like trying our Stand Up Paddleboarding (inside an dormant volcano > yes, you read that correct!)

Central Australia | July 16th - 20th​

(Registration Cut Off – July 2nd)

Join us for a distinctive journey on our Central Australia Camp, this experience effortlessly combines the beauty of nature with the history of Aboriginal cultural. It’s truly a perfect back drop for developing social skills, having fun and stepping a bit out of your comfort zone (being so rural)

We use various destinations as a place to understand more about Aboriginal culture > this includes places like Uluru (Ayers Rocks), Kata Tjuta (The Olgas) and Watarrka National park (Kings Canyon) and much more!

Be part of this special retreat, delving into the heart of Central Australia.