Mountain Trails Adventure School

Getting ready for camp? Here's some helpful info.

After hours camp contact

Telephone
The phone at Mountain Trails’ campsite is for incoming calls only. There is no public phone. Campers are not permitted to use the phone unless the matter is approved by the Camp Program Director.
The emergency contact numbers for Mountain Trails during camp are:
Kitchen (this is the best number to use to contact your child) (02) 6227 9258
Office (with answering machine) (02) 6227 9266

Safety policy

Please see our Risk management plans page.

Map / Directions

Please see our How to get here page.

Bookings

Please go to our Book a camp page.

Forms

Registering online will allow you to fill out and submit all the necessary forms. If you would like a paper based form, they can be found here.

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Other important information

Health Issues

Any health problems not notified on your application form should be done so in confidence to the Camp Director. We request that you send only the amount of medication required during camp. Mountain Trails is not responsible for returning excess medication.

Snack Bar

Snack Bar will run for periods during the day to feed those addicted to sugar!

Mountain Trails Clothing/Merchandise

We also sell Mountain Trails clothing in the Snack Bar.

Jerseys for $40.

Mountain Trails Hoodie Jumpers for $45.

Bank

A bank will also be run to secure your pocket money. You are encouraged to use it.

Smoking

Smoking is NOT PERMITTED on any of our School Holiday Camps. Any cigarettes found will be confiscated and destroyed. Alcohol and illegal drugs are prohibited.

Damage

From time to time damage, like broken windows, occurs. We appreciate accidents do happen, however willful damage or the results of careless behaviour means we must charge you for the cost of repairs.

Behaviour Management

At Mountain Trails we aim to provide all participants with a safe, fun program. To do this we have basic guidelines for participant behaviour. In the event that a participant cannot abide by these rules, they will be asked to be collected by their parent/guardian. Mountain Trails may not be able to provide transport, so please have a back up.

Child Care Benefit

We are registered with the Department of Family and Community Services new agency the Family Assistance Office (FAO) to enable you to claim the Child Care Benefit on your fees. You may be entitled to a rebate on part of the camp fees if you are working, studying or seeking work.

If you intend to claim this benefit, please indicate this on your Application form and a special receipt will be issued after the completion of the camp.

For further information about how this is calculated, please call the FAO on 13 61 50.