ADVENTURE PROGRAM

Cricklewood lies on the boundary of the Springbrook National Park, at the foothills of Turtle Rock.  Spectacular waterfalls, lush rainforest, ancient trees and exceptional ecological importance makes Cricklewood an engaging inspiring camp.  Springbrook National Park is part of the Gondwana Rainforests of Australia World Heritage Area, one of Queensland’s five World Heritage properties and part of the World Heritage Family.

Along with Cricklewood, we partner with other camps around south east Queensland and northern New South Wales to provide options as far north as Heavey Bay, as far south as Scotts Head and west to Warwick.

Adventure Spotlight Locations

CRICKLEWOOD

Age Range: Year 5 to 12
Group Size: 200

ACTIVITIES

Hike
Canoeing
Climbing-Abseiling
Caving
Initiative-Games
Archery
Mountain-Biking
Camp-Cooking

BUSH RETREAT (LAKE MOORGERAH)

Age Range: Year 3 to 12
Group Size: 90 in cabins + 100 in tents

ACTIVITIES

Hike
Dragon-Boat
Tubing
Archery
Initiative-Games
Canoeing
SUP
Camp-Cooking

ELANDA ECOCAMP (NOOSA)

Age Range: Year 4 to 12
Group Size: 90 in cabins + 100 in tents

ACTIVITIES

Dragon-Boat
Canoeing
Archery
High-Ropes
Surfing
Surf-Rafting
Hike
Climbing-Abseiling

CYC can bring activities to a range of locations, including new requests from event organisers. Talk to us about your own location

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From surfing to rock climbing, inspire your students with new adventures!

Our beach camps provide unique opportunities to explore the ocean and rivers from the comfort of a hard top camp.

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Spectacular waterfalls, lush rainforest, ancient trees and exceptional ecological importance make an inspiring camp.

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By their very nature, Journeys foster a sense of self and an appreciation for others which can be hard to come by.

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