About Adventure Camp

About Adventure Camp

We believe that kids learn through adventure and the best adventures are had outdoors.

Recent scientific studies have exposed the benefit — even necessity — of spending time outdoors. Most of these studies agree that kids who play outside are smarter, happier, more attentive and less anxious than kids who spend more time indoors. While it’s unclear how exactly the cognitive functioning and mood improvements occur, science has proven what all parents instinctively know: nature is good for children’s minds.


Living in a city, busy with work and activities, it can be hard to find the space to let kids explore nature or find the time to do it with them. On holidays, camps are great solutions for kids to learn stuff, meet people – and get looked after while you’re at work. As parents we want our kids to be able to gain great life skills and learn to feel safe and have fun outdoors. That’s why we started Adventure Camp.

Adventure Camp is for boys and girls in primary school, aged 7 - 12.  It runs challenging outdoor and problem solving activities that will teach your kids to appreciate diversification in one another’s personalities and skill sets. They will learn leadership skills and discover how to understand risk, make safe decisions and (most of all) have fun outdoors.

When learned in an outdoor setting, these core skills have been proven in kids to build confidence and responsibility as well as promote creativity and imagination, provide different stimulation, and get kids moving, make them think and reduce their stress and fatigue.

Each Adventure Camp is run by highly experienced Staff and Instructors - that work with children on a daily basis.   All staff hold current First Aid certificates, and have completed a  ‘Working with Children’ check.   

During the camp, your kids will join in both land and water activities and initiatives conducted at our various locations.  The day is generally broken up into 4 seperate periods of activity - and plenty of rest is provided for lunch, morning & afternoon tea and drinks.

A storyline flows through the three days. At the end of each activity the kids discover a clue.  On the last day these clues come together so the kids can solve a mystery.

Initiative based activities are built around team building and problem solving and have one instructor for a maximum of 15 kids.  For activities such as rafting, snorkelling, or swimming, , there is a minimum of one instructor per 10 kids.

For specialist activities, such as sailing at Northbridge, we have specialist instructors and use different safety ratios that are appropriate to the activity.

Should it rain, we will proceed with as many activities as safe (it is an Adventure Camp after all!) - for rainy days, please bring the kids to the same drop off location as normal.

As Mark Twain said:

“Throw off the bow lines, sail away from safe harbour, catch the trade winds in your sails, explore, dream discover”.

Let your kids experience this at Adventure Camp.

Any Questions?  Check our FAQ Page.

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