QCCC Expeditions

5 Reasons to go on a South-East Queensland Expedition with QCCC Stuck in the classroom or office? Need to get out more because you are you an adventurer at heart? Do you love exploring new places and discovering hidden gems? If so, then an expedition with QCCC that explores the beauty of South-East Queensland is for you. Here are 5 reasons why: Natural Beauty: South-East Queensland is home to some of the most breathtaking landscapes in Australia....

Group camp bookings for 2024 at QCCC campsites are open! Whether you have a school camp, corporate retreat, youth camp, church camp, music camp, dance camp, spiritual retreat, or craft camp, talk to our team about packages and activities to suit your camper’s needs. Contact us today to secure your If you are looking for something different in 2024 for your group, talk to us about packages and programs for our QCCC Expeditions and Survival Camps....

Survival Camps and Expeditions with QCCC

Survivor Camps QueenslandQCCC Expeditions offers journey-based and solo programs at unique locations, making the most of our facilities and their spectacular surrounds.  Expeditions programs are a great choice to draw out leadership skills, develop team cohesion and maximise personal and spiritual formation in the outdoors.  We work with schools, youth and corporate groups to tailor-make remarkable and unique expeditions-style programs to suit your needs and objectives.

Top 3 best tent-camping options for Queensland Schools: There’s increasing demand for tent-camping for schools in Queensland, particularly in the adventurous middle school years, Grade 7 through 9.  We look through some of the best tent-camping options available for schools in Southeast Queensland and why they’re worth a look for teachers looking for beautiful locations and great activity options. Kidcaff Farm at Mapleton: A few years ago, the sought-after QCCC Mapleton Outdoor Education Centre purchased a...

School Camp is Back We are pleased to share the news that school camps are back in Queensland. The Queensland Government have advised that school camps can resume after 6pm - 4th March. At QCCC we are elated that schools will once again be able to get their cohorts away for all the social, emotional and community benefits our camps provide. We're looking forward to the buses rolling again and our sites erupting with joy, excitement...

We are open for business! School camps may have been suspended for Queensland Schools until the 4th March 2022, however, QCCC sites are still open for COVID safe camping and hosting groups. Queensland Health Public Health Directions: Queensland Health considers Outdoor Education facilities as short-term accommodation in its Public Health Directions.  The current advice in the Public Health and Social Measures linked to vaccination status Direction (No. 2) is short-term accommodation providers are operational and QCCC venues are...

Church Camp Planning Guide - 2023 There is a lot of detail to consider when planning a church camp. QCCC (QLD Baptists’ camping ministry) has many helpful resources and expert staff who can help your church too. If a church camp is well organised, people will notice and remember that. However, as a starting point, here is a short guide to planning a Church Camp. Church Camp Purpose: What is the purpose of your camp? Who is your...

Building deeper community through church camps and retreats. As our communities moved on to post-pandemic life, churches are now working through how to best strengthen their communities. Many churches have recently experienced growth as they re-gathered, whilst others have not. Some church communities have grown closer relationships as they walk and support each other through the challenges of the pandemic. Regardless of the rate of growth, your church community needs to plan for the best ways to...

School Camp Covid Status QLD QCCC’s Operational and Contractual policies are informed by the official, published Public Health Directions advice from Queensland Health regarding our operations as a “short-term accommodation provider”. Current status:  Short-term accommodation providers are permitted to operate.  Schedule 1 in the most recent Queensland Health Business Undertakings, Activities and Undertakings Direction #26 (25th August 2021) and Restrictions for Impacted Areas (Updated 20th August 2021) both allow short-term accommodation operators to continue to remain open, explicitly mentioning Outdoor Education providers within this category of open businesses.  These advices are constantly monitored by QCCC staff to ensure venues are operating in compliance with the latest applicable directions. All Bookings after on and after 4pm Friday 20th August: The Queensland Public Health Direction suggests group bookings can take place at Short-term Accommodation Venues operating with a Covid-Safe Checklist, which is the case at all QCCC venues.  If a booking is cancelled unilaterally by a school and/or group, and subsequently the QCCC venue is not in lockdown for the dates of the booking, QCCC's normal terms and conditions regarding cancellation will apply.