When: Friday 24 March to Sunday 26 MarchWho: Years 10 – 12Where: Binna Burra Lodge camping area
This camp is open to all students in Years 10, 11 & 12 and will be a great opportunity to meet other students while sharing stories and engaging with the outdoors. Activities include hiking and swimming, along with exploring the various trails that Lamington National Park has to offer.
This program aligns with the Duke of Edinburgh Adventurous Journey criteria, meaning that participating students will be able to receive points to go towards attaining their award.
Contact Daniel Rush [email protected] if you have any questions.
Binna Burra Lodge camping area, Binna Burra Rd Binna Burra Qld
The facility provides access to hot showers, communal kitchen and shared fire pits.
We will be catering for the group by using the communal kitchen and rostering students onto meal time services.
All School Camp Programs will have the students engage in various adventure based learning activities where they will be outside and could get dirty. We recommend that they don’t come away on camp programs in new or expensive clothing; old comfortable clothes are preferable.
If you require medications please organise a Webster pack to use over the camp period. You will need to make yourself known to Daniel upon arrival and pass on the Webster pack for safekeeping.
Student equipment list:
Please bring enough clothing for three days + one day extra as a back up.
Sun hat | 2L water bottle | sunscreen | sunglasses | torch | thongs/sandals | long pants | shorts | shirts | appropriate swimwear | raincoat | warm jumper | sneakers (two pairs, one pair may get wet) | towel | undergarments and socks | pen, notepad and Bible | plate, bowl and cup (sturdy material like plastic or tin) | eating utensils | drawstring bag to keep all meal time items together
Students Sleeping Gear:
Sleeping bag | single fitted sheet | pillow and pillow slip
Soap | toothbrush and toothpaste | insect repellent (preferably roll on, no aerosols) | deodorant (preferably roll on, no aerosols)
What not to bring: Phones, electronic devices, sharp knives or illegal items
Some of the walks we are planning on completing can be wet and muddy. It would be preferable for you bring along a pair of boots as well. Definitely bring two pairs of shoes, so if one pair gets wet on Day 1, you have another pair for Day 2. Due to Lamington National Park’s natural ecosystem, we may run into leeches while completing certain activities.