Leumeah (Place of rest) sleeps 13 people in twin share rooms plus one triple share. There are adequate bathroom facilities and a full kitchen for self-catering. Large living and dining areas make Leumeah the perfect place for a peaceful weekend away with friends or family. Leumeah and Girawin can be booked together to cater for groups of up to 21.
Girawin (Place of flowers) sleeps 8 in 4 twin-share rooms. Each room has an ensuite and there is a separate bathroom for those with mobility issues. Girawin contains a full kitchen for self-catering and large living spaces. Girawin and Leumeah can be booked together to cater for groups of up to 21.
Wodi Wodi Ngurang (People’s Room) is a large conference space ideal for a range of purposes. It is equipped with Wi-Fi and everything else needed for lectures, seminars, relaxation, small and large group activities etc. The log fire ensures a comfortable temperature all year round. Wodi Wodi has a second separate breakout area that accommodates an additional 30 people.
Ngura (Camp Place) is similar to Wodi Wodi in terms of function and facilities. It also contains a smaller breakout area for up to 30 people. A log fire keeps the space cosy and warm.
Midgirangin (Hanging round for a feed) seats up to 120 people. Our commercial kitchen produces nutritious meals, specifically tailored to the needs of our client. The space is warmed by a beautiful log fire and can be used as a group activity area. Larger group sizes can be accommodated by split meal sittings.
Each room sleeps 12 and is equipped with full bathroom and a small breakout area for group activities, reflection, study etc.
These buildings contain 2 separate rooms that house 16 people in each. Each room has separate bathroom facilities. There is teacher accommodation at either end of each bunkhouse with an ensuite bathroom.
Labyrinth is a spiritual tool and an effective metaphor for life’s journey for believers of all traditions. It is an effective mode of meditation, prayer, or relaxation.
Our well-maintained fleet of 30 bikes are of the highest quality. Our bike instructors ensure that all participants are suitably challenged, whether they are a seasoned rider or a beginner. Beginner instruction and obstacle courses through to fire trail and single-track riding provide all riders with an experience they will never forget.
Face your fears and take the challenge on our high ropes course. Climb, swing, shuffle and hop your way through our 9 elements. The course is designed to be a group experience so get behind each other and enjoy the challenge. Professional instructors facilitate your session and will set you up with your harnesses, helmets and safety lines. The activity is conducted in a controlled environment using industry approved techniques.
Set in amongst the trees is our 11 element low ropes course. These stand alone elements are spaced out over the top of our campus allowing for multiple groups to be utilising the activities at the same time. A great way to start a program and build group cohesion, our low ropes course caters to all abilities with group members working together to keep each other safe.
Our flying fox will test the nerves of even the bravest of thrill seekers. Soar through the trees and over the dam...enjoy your flight!
Bushwalking is a great way to explore and connect with the natural environment. we offer many different bush walking experiences on site including small backpacking expeditions, exploration walks and transect studies. Walks are catered to the needs of the group and can vary in length from 2 hours to overnight.
Whether your group are novice campers or a little more advanced, we can find a camping option that works for you. For first time campers we offer group camping on our ovals with toilet facilities. For more advanced groups we offer a true bush experience with overnight expeditions to established campsites on our bush block.
Along with the transect study we also offer other environmental activities designed to get participants exploring the environment around them. In stream watch participants get to explore Barber’s Creek, we investigate the health of the creek by taking a sample of the bug life living there. Participants will catch, classify and count bug species and from this information determine the health of the creek.
Our extensive range of Group Problem solving activities allow participants to develop their communication and group work skills. You can rescue Alexander in Alexander’s Outing, travel across the galaxy in planets or maybe even save the world from disaster in computer virus. Through these activities participants will come together as a group and learn the value of working together to achieve a goal.