Year level camps:

  • Year 7 – Transition Camp
  • Year 8 – Outdoor Ed./Environment
  • Year 9 – City Survival
  • Year 11 – University Camp
  • Year 12 – Bonding Camp

2017 Year 7 Camp – Licola

Camp Licola is a little slice of secluded paradise. A place of comfort, fun and friend-making. As we pulled into the camp we were immediately filled with awe at the steep arching hills and the lush green trees that surrounded the area. Tall rock climbing walls and the shimmering pools were arranged neatly around the camp, enticing us to drop our bags and play.

We were firstly assigned into our cabins, they all gave off a homely and comforting aura. Each was a decent size with three rooms and two bathrooms.

The activities were amazing! Each one made us try our hardest and made us want to accomplish the best that we could. Whether it be golf, canoeing, swimming, flying fox, rock climbing or just socialising with our friends; it was immensely enjoyable. We loved playing volleyball with our friends, chuckling at their terrified faces as they plunged down the giant swing and sharing the delicious mouth-watering food.

The camp staff at Licola were all warm and bubbly and made us all feel welcome. The teachers were great fun on camp and it was interesting to see the side of them away from teaching.

Overall camp Licola was an enjoyable and fulfilling experience for all students and teachers. It was a great way to get to know new people and make new friends. Although we were all tired when we left the camp, we all have many fun memories to laugh about in the future. On behalf of all of the year 7’s we would like to thank all of the teachers for making this a truly memorable experience.

From students of 7H




The camp has a varied activites program that students will rotate around in small supervised groups.

The activies include: Canoeing and raft making, flying fox, high and low ropes courses, fully fenced in-ground swimming pools, tenni/basketball courts, volleyball, orienteering, night hikes, bush cooking, initiative activities, hut building, table tennis, archery, fitness tracks, climbing tunnels, team rescue and giant swing.

 2017 Year 9 camp – City Survival: Monday 18th September – Thursday 21st September

Last term, our Year 9 students went on City Survival Camp. Here are some of their comments about what they thought about the week:

“The rock climbing and free time was good” Ivan.G

“It was good” Wes.L

“The swimming was good and organisation” Mikki.T

“I liked the freedom and being able to go places” Josh.P

“I think it was good that we had independence” Grace.W

“I liked walking around with friends” Leo.C

“The M.C.G tour was good” Bailey.P

“It was great because of the laid back attitude” Seth.B

“It taught us good organisational skills” Sage.W

“The freedom was good and it taught us how to direct ourselves” Lorna.M

Photos from the 2016 City Survival Camp


2017 Year 8 Camp – Tasmania: Dates to be confirmed

This year’s year 8 camp, students will be travelling to Tasmania. This trip runs over 5 days and introduces students to a number of areas of Southern Tassie, where our colonial and convict past have been largely preserved. The number of students able to attend is capped at 44 with a waiting list thereafter. Therefore the first 44 students who return their medical form and deposit of $250.00 will secure a place on this camp.

LOCATION:              Tasmania


COST:                       .

Instalment Options:

1st Instalment & Deposit –            $250.00 to be paid by Friday 20th May

                                                                   (or until the 44 places are allocated)

2nd Instalment –                                    $200.00 to be paid by Friday 24th June

3rd Instalment –                                   $200.00 to be paid by Friday 26th August

Inclusions are:

–       Return coach transfers

–       2 nights on the Spirit of Tasmania in cabins

–       1 night cabin accommodation in Port Arthur

–       1 night motel accommodation in Hobart

–       Majority meals provided (students are required to bring food/money for dinner for the first and final night (these nights are on the boat).

–       Port Arthur Ghost Tour

–       Port Arthur Historic Site walking tour

2017 Year 11 Camp – University Camp: dates to be confirmed

This is an overnight camp held in the city and entails tours and orientation sessions at Monash (Clayton), ACU, RMIT, VU and the University of Melbourne. Overnight accommodation, including a light breakfast at Miami Hotel, West Melbourne. There will be a dinner and entertainment organized for the evening. This camp will assist students in carer pathway planning and preparing for University study.

Cost: $125

2017 Year 12 Camp – Bonding Camp – Forest Edge, Neerim East – January Tuesday 31st & Wednesday 1st February

This camp is designed for the Year 12 students final year of schooling to bond, learn about relaxation, stress management and to challenge themselves with the activities that they will be involved in over the two days.

Cost: $135

70-80 School Road, Trafalgar, 3824

ABN: 68 394 815 266