School Holiday Camps

Our holiday programs catalogue

We regularly update our catalogue with exciting and unique new programs, so be sure to check out what's coming and book your spots as soon as possible!

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Junior Holiday Programs

Ages 6 - 12

Our Junior School Holiday programs are designed to suit children aged 6 to 12 years. This program is a great opportunity for them to learn how to build resilience, independence, and a sense of self-awareness through adventure play.

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Senior Holiday Programs

Ages 12 - 16

Our Senior School Holiday programs have been carefully created for children aged 12 to 16 years.

This program builds strength in teamwork and resilience, and teaches children how to thoughtfully get in touch with nature while challenging themselves. Activities include expeditions, mountain biking, water sports, and youth leadership.

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Customised therapeutic camp

Ages 7 - 13

As part of the 'Mindware Psychology Adventure Program (MAP), this program helps children find their compass of life' and is designed for junior campers that may present with higher needs.

The camp aims to build self-confidence, resilience and independence in a group setting through graduated outdoor activities. Participants challenge themselves daily with therapy supports on hand to support their growth.

Our goal is to help children overcome anxiety about social situations and develop life skills that increase their confidence in their own abilities.

Nurture in nature

The camp adventure of a lifetime awaits

Camp Cooby welcomes every child and every need. Our unique venue caters for an array of activities of every skill level, and our programs are guided by outdoor education experts who are there to guide and nurture at every step.

What activities can you expect at Camp Cooby? Rock climbing, canoeing, rafting, archery, sailing, mountain biking, bushwalking, crafting, cooking, orienteering, and so much more.