School holiday program
For the best holiday fun, Sport and Recreation’s popular kids’ camps get kids outdoors learning new skills and making new friends. With so many activities to choose from, you’re sure to find a camp your kids will love.
Why camp is cool with Sport and Recreation
Kids benefit in lots of ways at a Sport and Recreation camp. At the junior level, they learn to challenge themselves while growing in confidence and independence, having fun and making new friends along the way. Older kids get to engage in a healthy and active lifestyle that promotes team building, problem solving and leadership while enhancing their social skills, personal growth and self-esteem.
Something for every kid
Choose from day camps and overnight residential camps up to 5 days. All camps are run by fully qualified staff and cater for special diets, medical conditions and allergies. Cost includes all meals and available activities as well as dormitory accommodation for overnight camps. Supervised transport to and from residential camps is available for most programs.
|4 Oct||Kid's Club - ages 7 to 12||Lake Burrendong Sport and Recreation Centre||Places Available|
|4 Oct to 5 Oct||Bronze Duke of Ed Qualifying Journey - ages 13.9 to 16||Broken Bay Sport and Recreation Centre||Places Available|
|5 Oct||Kids' Club - ages 7 to 12||Lake Ainsworth Sport and Recreation Centre||Places Available|
|5 Oct||Kid's Club - ages 12 to 15||Lake Burrendong Sport and Recreation Centre||Places Available|
|6 Oct||Kids' Club - ages 7 to 12||Lake Ainsworth Sport and Recreation Centre||Places Available|
|6 Oct||Kid's Club - ages 12 to 15||Lake Burrendong Sport and Recreation Centre||Places Available|
|8 Jan to 12 Jan||Gold Duke of Ed Residential: Girls Only - ages to||Milson Island Sport and Recreation Centre||Female Vacancies Only|