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Team Building Activities

If you are looking for ways to challenge or unite your church camp group, then consider our onsite adventure activities.  All equipment undergoes monthly maintenance and is checked at the beginning of each day, and each activity is supervised by one of our trained Activities Team members.


Be one with nature while gently paddling on beautiful Bonville Creek.

Commando Course

Challenge your group with our tough obstacle course.  You’d be surprised the bonds that form with a physical challenge and a lot of mud.

Giant Swing

Great for encouraging team work and building confidence, the Giant Swing takes a team to lift and courage to let go.

Ladder Logs

A good exercise in building trust and courage, climbing our Ladder Logs is a fun challenge.

Leap of Faith

It takes confidence to fall into thin air.  The Leap of Faith asks you to do just that, trusting in others to break your fall.


Try our 220m SkyWire for an adrenaline rush and to feel the wind in your hair.

Team Rescue

Your plane has crash landed in a crocodile infested swamp.  With limited resources and a multitude of obstacles can your team get out alive?


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226 Bonville Station Rd, Bonville NSW
02 6653 5311

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Happy Visitors

The accommodation is excellent for students and teachers/leaders. Activities were good and appeal to all ages and the instructors were awesome, very professional while being friendly and accommodating.

Taree High School

Our daughter stayed this week with her school and just LOVED everything!!!!!

T. Luxford

Great staff, great variety of activities. They were well run and organised. Great food.

The instructors were great – clear and enthusiastic and on top of behaviour.

Rachel Davies – Pacific Valley Christian School

We had the most amazing time and your helpful and friendly staff made it so memorable


We appreciated the initial discussion where outcomes were addressed as well as listening to other objectives for our cohort.

Grant Lawler and Carmel Beaumont – Mount Saint Johns Dorrigo