Our Farm and Your School Camp Experience
The future is exciting with more and more schools wanting children to have genuine experiences, a kind of back to earth experience.
The property sits near the centre of where European agricultural development began, we share this and other stories dating from 1822 when the farm was established. Our stories are central to the experience.
Our aim is to teach how the need for food and water security, and the ability of grazing animals to sequester carbon in our soil as well as the role farming can have in protecting our environment. The property is a working farm, we produce beef and lamb and we integrate education into our narrative, taking you on a journey
70 ha working farm and bushland setting. Incorporating a riparian zone & wetlands. Renewable timber plantation, aquaponics, bio-fuel.
Working farm with Cattle and Sheep.
Catering Details: Full Catering Only
Attractions Nearby: National and state parks, historical centres, railway museum, Thirlmere Lakes, Warragamba Dam, Dingo Sanctuary.
World Heritage Area bush walks nearby.
The Australian Camps Association (ACA) Board are pleased to announce that after an extensive and thorough search, that Peter McDougall has commenced his role as CEO.