“School Holiday Camps”

These adventure camps are a super fun way for your child to get off their device, spend time making new friends and creating amazing childhood memories.

“It’s like going to the beach with ten of your friends!” or “Fishing is the best when you are surrounded by mates” are just a couple of the comments from campers.

Some of the activities are hiking, surfing, horse riding, swimming, fishing, drumming, paddle boarding, canoeing. Each camp does different activities and are held in various locations.

Four days, three nights of camp fun in the natural landscape connecting and participating. Held in New South Wales School Holidays.

Adventure Camp General Information Sheet

Call now to secure your child’s position: 0422 089 635

or email: aussiekidsadventurecamps@gmail.com

 

 

2019 School Holiday Camp Dates

‘Easter Explorer’                      15th – 18th April 2019

‘Woolly Wanderer’                    8th – 11th July 2019

‘Spring Survivor’                       30th Sept. – 3rd of Oct. 2019

Camps include:

  • 4 days, 3 nights of overnight camp accommodation
  • Adventurous Activities
  • 1:5 constant qualified supervision
  • Transport from Port Macquarie
  • Nutritious meals
  • Peer interaction
  • Supported games and creative crafts
  • Respite for parents and carers
  • Lasting memories and new friendships

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Adventure Camp General Information Sheet

Camps are held on the Mid North Coast, New South Wales. Depending on the season we either utilise campgrounds that have cabins or open areas for tents.

Head office located at Port Macquarie.

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Check out parent feedback below!

“Gosh where do I start … 🤷🏻‍♀️Ok here goes … in my family’s case, I sent my middle child to camp after she harassed me every day to go 😝 She wanted to go to adventure camp and it was 100% her decision to go. Some of the positive outcomes for us were that it gave my gregarious daughter space away from her siblings to reboot and recharge. She has always been adventurous and at home has to be louder, prouder etc so for her to be at camp (on her own) not compared to her sister (s) or brother was beneficial. I think camp really cemented the fact that she was independent, brave and confident. She loved meeting new people, making new friends and having so many opportunities and activities to do away from the TV or devices. She wants to go again – I think that says it all ❤️ 😃😃

Parent of daughter age 9

“My eldest son was busting to go. For him it was great as he had had a challenging end to the year. The camp allowed him to be stress free, have fun, be himself without judgement or expectations. It gave him time away from his younger sibling, he was able to be independent and not worry about things that were troubling him. He is an outdoor kid and loved every minute of it.”

Parent of son age 10

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