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Frequently Asked Questions

What should I bring to camp?

  • Something to sleep on – stretchers or swags, however an inflatable mattress would work well too
  • Bedding – a sleeping bag or sheets and doona
  • Pillow
  • Toiletries
  • Towel
  • Any applicable medication
  • Old clothes that you do not mind getting dirty.
  • Old shoes / boots
  • Hat and Sunscreen
  • Eye Protection – in the form of sunglasses
  • Warm clothes
  • Pyjamas
  • Bible, notebook, pen

How do I get to camp?

This is a responsibility of the parent/guardian, please contact one of the directors if assistance is required.


Will I get any further information about camp?

Once we receive your online registration we will send out information on what to bring, arrival/departure times and directions to the site.


What type of accommodation?

The campers will be staying in a variety of accommodation from the shearing shed and adjoining house, so you will need to bring your own sleeping gear. This includes a ground sheet, airbed or mattress (a swag or camp stretcher will be suitable). Under the guidelines of Child Safe, at least two leaders will be present at any time.


Can the camp cater for my special dietary requirements?

Yes, please let us know in the "Dietary Requirements” section of your application form.


Can I invite my friends?

Yes, just tell them to register online or contact the directors for any further information.


Can I be in a tent with my friends?

Yes, if you have a friend coming to camp, and you would like to be in the same tent, let us know in the "other information" section of the application form.