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Wild Wee Jasper (for years 7-12)
Saturday 13th to Thursday 18th April 2019 (first week of the Autumn holidays). An overnight adventure camp in Wee Jasper. Regos open February.
SUPA Holiday Program (for K to year 6)
Tuesday 9 July to Friday 12 July, 8:30 am to 3:00 pm daily @ Mosaic Baptist Church in Page. Morning tea provided, BOY lunch. $100 for 4 days or $30 per day. Click here to register!
Primary Aged Programs (for years 3-6)
Tuesday 1st to Friday 4th Oct 2019 (first week of the Spring holidays). An overnight adventure camp at Wee Jasper. Cost TBC (early bird and family discounts available)
Tuesday 8th to Friday 11th Oct (second week of the Spring holidays). 8:30am to 3:00pm each day. A sports based day camp. Cost TBC (early bird and family discounts available)
High School Aged (for years 7-10)
Tuesday 1st to Friday 4th Oct (first week of the holidays). An overnight mountain biking and fishing camp. Cost TBC (early bird and family discounts available)
Please note if you are registering children from the same family for different camps you will need to contact us to get the family discount. Family discount applies automatically if registering children for the same camp.
The Scripture Union ACT camping program is all about empowering children and young people to become the best people they can be. Challenging them physically, mentally, emotionally, socially and spiritually, campers are assisted and encouraged to step outside themselves and their comfort zones to explore a world of possibilities and purpose. Long lasting friendships are forged, memories are formed, and self-development is realized.
All camps have sessions that explore the Christian faith in an interactive and discussion-filled environment in order to give them the opportunity to come to their own conclusions and make decisions accordingly. No knowledge of belief is assumed.
SU works together with churches in the Canberra region to run camps. The leaders who direct and provide guidance on SU camps are committed Christians who volunteer their time and pay to attend. Each leader is screened and trained under the nationally recognised ChildSafe Safety Management System so camps are of a high quality and each camper gets the encouragement and care they need. Emerging leaders, aged between 15-17 years, are also given the opportunity to practice their leadership skills on primary aged camps as junior leaders under the mentorship of experienced camp leaders.
SUACT aims to make the camps as affordable as possible; keeping costs to a minimum, while still giving campers the chance to encounter new experiences and develop new skills. We have supported places available for those who struggle to afford the fees.