Author: QCCC

Queensland Conference and Camping Centres (QCCC) has added a fourth venue to its stable of industry-leading outdoor education and conference accommodation venues after finalising a lease for the Teen Missions site near Noosa. QCCC looks forward to using the site to provide innovative programs and activities at an iconic location for group bookings from schools, charities, corporate groups and churches. ...

QCCC has journeyed alongside Run Queensland as they’ve negotiated permits, braved challenging weather conditions and signed up a raft of great sponsors to back the Blackall 100....

QCCC Tamborine is holding a free Open Day for educators and their families on 9th November so they can sample the best of what our Gold Coast Outdoor Education and Recreation Centre has to offer. Please register your interest (for catering purposes) or contact us for more information. (07) 5545 1417 or bookings@tamborine.qccc.org.au. Teachers, Heads of Department, Principals and their families are encouraged to attend to meet our staff, sample our food...

Part of the Development Approval for Outdoor Education activities on QCCC Mapleton's recently purchased farm property is to establish natural buffers which will connect some missing pieces of the Sunshine Coast Local Ecological Linkage. Ground prep and planting is underway on a 40 metre buffer to connect two rain forest areas using natural bush food species from the Blackall Range. The farm will double up as a living classroom for The Triballink Activity centre, a year-round touch,...

Students in Years 4 & 5 are invited to attend a fun filled daytime only camp experience run by qualified facilitators at Mapleton QCCC during these September school holidays. Students will have a day of energetic team-based adventures and games with different themes each day including treasure hunts, mini Olympics, messy games, survivor challenge, and great race. Each morning will also include a time of talking about God and Christian life. The program will...

QCCC’s commitment to continual improvement, of sites and camp programs, will see several new facilities and activities being rolled out across our South East Queensland Outdoor Education Centres.  New dining courtyard QCCC Brookfield has invested to make a significant expansion to its dining areas and hospitality facilities.  The open courtyard adjacent to the existing dining room has been covered to create an el fresco dining space.  The space creates additional space for large groups and a delightful chill zone throughout the day.  Music...