WE’RE HERE TO MAKE sure YOUR CAMP EXPERIENCE is one you’ll never forget




Positioned on the incredible Mornington Peninsula National Park just over an hour from Melbourne, our local Kangaroos and natural bushland provide the perfect back drop for our school camp and holiday camp facilities which include:

Retreat Accommodation (smaller groups)
Bunk rooms (large groups)

Large Dining Hall
catering & kitchen facilities
Conference room
Recreational barn facilities
The camp fire

Ridgeview Retreat

Our luxurious and private “Ridgeview Retreat,” known also as the teachers retreat, offers a beautiful space to rest and re-cooperate. Hard working teachers and staff enjoy beautiful spaces with weekend retreat bookings are also available.

  • 3 separate Units
  • 3 kitchenettes
  • 3 shared bathrooms
  • 7 separate bedrooms
  • 30 beds (7 double beds)
  • Tables and private spaces for teachers to work & rest
  • Within proximity to student lodge accommodation

Hillside Lodge

Our Aussie bush camp vibe carries through our bunk rooms offering beds for 116 campers. Our large bunk rooms allow campers to share in a fun communal stay while still affording leaders or teachers options around bunk room allocations across our 5 interconnected rooms.

Each bunk room offers an en-suite with toilet and shower facilities so there is no need to leave your room at night.

Teachers and coordinators enjoy separate accommodation within reach of students for supervision over night.

The Barn

Our activity barn is where a ton of fun occurs! Everything from indoor challenge activities, dance nights, archery and wide games – this versatile space provides two separate rooms for all multi-function use during your camp.


It’s Aussie bush camp aesthetic fits right in and provides a perfect place to enhance your camp experience without feeling like you are back at the school gym!


Not only is it ideal for archery, and games for school camps and school holiday camps, the barn is a great space for other groups to take advantage of a large indoor area to suit their needs.

Kitchen & Catering

Our full service camp experience includes catering for all meals and snacks.

We take special care to cater for the needs of those with allergies. Our online planning software will make it easy for campers or parents to provide dietary information to us directly.



Tea and coffee are always available to leaders and teachers at the freshly renovated dining hall kitchenette.



Weekend groups are welcome to self cater if they prefer, with the option to access the kitchen facitlities.


Our recently renovated dining room and meeting room are connected on 2 levels and is where you will find our incredible catering team providing what has reportedly been “the best camp food we’ve ever tasted!”


Everything is cooked just like you would at home! Healthy meals and delicious snacks are all part of the experience!


Also offering a wood fire, split system heating & cooling and the ability to close each section with large sliding doors.

the camp fire

Our full service camps offer a night program with games and a camp fire at night.

We love to sing & share our reflections from the day as we watch the sun go down over the valley.

There is no better way to end the day at camp than to roast marshmellows and listen stories together by the fire.


This pristine property set amongst the best of the peninsula bushland and is home to many native animals including hoards of kangaroos with the occasional koala siting!


The creek marks the border to the great Mornington Peninsula National park where students take guided nature walks to learn more about their natural surroundings.


Find facilities & activities
on the interactive Camp Site Map