School Camps Queensland Tag

The Climbing Wall at QCCC Mapleton, one of the Sunshine Coast’s larger Outdoor Education Centres, has been getting a remarkable summer face-lift ahead of another busy school year. The wall at Queensland Conference and Camping Centres (QCCC) Mapleton is 10 metres tall, 18 metres wide and has 50 different climbing routes on a double-belay system. The site caters to 20,000 school students annually making it one of Queensland’s busiest school campsites. In...

Following an extensive selection process, we are excited to announce QCCC will commence our CAMPFIRE Internship program in January 2017. Four outstanding young men have been selected to the pioneer intake. The interns will also be given a thorough grounding in the organising principles of Aboriginal society by experienced leaders. They will receive qualifications in Outdoor Education and receive intensive mentoring from a committed Christian community. Looking forward to 2018, we are very keen to receive applications...

This week one of Sunshine Coast’s larger Outdoor Education facilities, Queensland Conference and Camping Centres (QCCC) Mapleton, commenced work on new accommodation facilities to cater to a growing waiting list of schools attempting to access their award-winning Outdoor Education programs. In the first significant redevelopment of the site in twenty-five years, the Baptist Union of Queensland is investing $300,000 to create a third accommodation block of fully ensuited rooms, a renovation of existing amenities blocks...

QCCC Mapleton has recently installed an outdoor movie screen, a great new night time activity for both school camps and weekend groups. The unit is "plug and play", enjoying a permanent data projector and DVD player in a weatherproof housing. QCCC Mapleton also has 150 camp chairs available exclusively for outdoor movies. ...

With Grade 7 moving into High Schools in 2015 QCCC Tamborine is the ideal venue to consider for schools to establish a tradition of memorable Grade 7 “bonding” camps. Entering High School is always a big transition and schools will be drawing their cohort from multiple Primary Schools. Camp is a great way to “bond” an incoming Grade 7 cohort, setting them up to not just survive High School, but to thrive. QCCC Tamborine’s size and...

queensland-camp-brisbaneAs the majority of QCCC Mapleton’s bookings are repeat bookings the year here settles into a fairly steady rhythm. 2012 is drawing to a close and QCCC Mapleton draws the curtain on hosting 400 groups and 25,000 guests. The week before Christmas is given over to a charity group who bring a lot of kids to Mapleton in the first week of holidays to let their hair down. A lot of the kids come from a tough home situation and the week is about giving them some respite and coping strategies and mechanisms.