13 Jan Busy start to the year at all sites
QCCC’s three main South East Queensland Conference and Camping Centres have kicked the year off in typically versatile fashion, with nearly every QCCC bed accounted for and the adaptability and flexibility of our site offerings truly on show.
Mapleton is hosting a large Youth Convention of 280 excited teens. As Queensland swelters through a heat wave the pools and canoe-lake are getting a major workout and the dining room, accommodation and major meeting halls are bursting at the seams. Mapleton township is benefiting too, with the local shops and cafes seeing a big upswing in business.
Further south Tamborine Mountain is about to receive an influx of excited campers as Boys Brigade brings its tri-annual Pan-Australian Camp to Queensland. This national gathering moves around the country and Tamborine was selected as the ideal location for Queensland to host the event, with its large, multiple dining rooms, 50 acres of stunning open space with capacity for tent-camping and its newly installed Outdoor Education infrastructure.
QCCC Brookfield has just finished hosting the annual Queensland Youth Band Camp before turning over the centre to the Australia Japanese Study Programme. Brookfield is very popular for all kind of music camps with its multiple practice rooms and proximity to Brisbane’s concert halls for performances. Hosting an international study camp gives Brookfield’s chefs the chance to shine with Miso soup and Tempura on the menu.
Throughout the course of 2017 QCCC will host more than 600 group bookings. The flexibility and versatility of each QCCC site means QCCC is able to offer the personal touch to ensure each group has a great stay. Whether you’re looking for Outdoor Education for a school camp, church camps, specialty camps, music or study camps, QCCC has the facility and the team to deliver it for you successfully.