At Kinglake Forest Adventures Camp we are industry leaders at seamlessly blending well being and personal development outcomes into age appropriate traditional camp experiences.

 In a mountain forest setting only 60 minutes from the Melbourne CBD, we deliver government and non government schools and outcome based camp programs that strategically mix outdoor recreation, wellbeing and personal development.

  • “Throughout the camp the cooking staff would outdo themselves time and time again, holding nothing back, providing us with nutritious and delicious meals to keep us sustained each day.”

    Tara O’Neill, Year 12 Public Relations, Cheltenham Secondary College
  • “Your attention to detail and ability to adhere to strict regulations and controls is clearly evidenced by the care given to our students.”

    Katherine Smith, Middle School Leader, Kew High
  • “ With our year level’s focus on Growth Mindset, the camp staff were able to work with students with goal setting, challenging themselves and reflecting on their own strengths. Camp staff had a fantastic understanding of mindfulness and student wellbeing as well as behaviour management, allowing school staff to spend their time connecting with students and participating in some activities with them.”

    Corey Tidd, Grade 5 & 6, Highton Primary School
  • “ The year 7 students begin the camp quite shy and unsure but with great leadership of the camp leaders and the activities the students partake in, the students develop and come back to school with an enthusiastic and can do approach.”

    Melissa Robinson, Wheelers Hill Year 7 Orientation
  • “The leadership students of Cheltenham Secondary College go so much out of each and every aspect of your camp. From the Wildergaining, to the Tree Talk, to the staff, we really grew to learn and understand to a deeper level what leadership is to each of us.”

    Tara O’Neill, Year 12 Public Relations, Cheltenham Secondary College.
  • “Our year 8’s absolutely loved the challenging, thrilling and thought-provoking Young Rhythms Program at Kinglake…The skills they gained from their camp experience were so important at this stage in their development.”

    Alison Reid, Year 8 Co-ordinator, Shelford Girls Grammar
  • “ On behalf of the other teachers and our merry band of intrepid international students, I wanted to thank KRWC for your hospitality and conducting a program that exceeded our expectations in terms of delivering student growth outcomes. You can certainly be proud of the product and service you afforded to our school.”

    Christopher Menage – The Peninsula school
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KRWC School Camp is a member of the International Camping Fellowship