|About Allambee Camp
Allambee Camp has a maximum capacity of 100 beds in 3 separate lodges. The main lodge (Strzelecki Lodge) with a fantastic view accommodates 63 in 7 different rooms, including separate 3-4 bed rooms for teachers/leaders. The two smaller lodges (Wattle Lodge and Mountain Ash Lodge) accommodate 17-20 in 3 different rooms, again with separate rooms for teachers/leaders. Click here to view the accommodation layout >
Bed / bathrooms are under the same roof as the bunkrooms. Indoor facilities include a comfortable recreation / meeting room with projector, DVD, VHS, TV and various whiteboards in Strzelecki Lodge. A large recreation building can be used for ball games, table tennis and other activities, especially in wet weather.
The kitchen and dining room are separate from the bunkhouses and include a spacious exterior dining area. The dining room can also be used as a second meeting room outside meal times. Click here to view the layout map >
Fully catered groups enjoy three home-cooked meals a day, plus morning tea, afternoon tea and supper. Barbecue meals, picnic meals, excursion lunches or camp-out provisions are also available. Special dietary needs can be met with prior notice. Tea / coffee making facilities are available 24 hours. Self catered groups have access to a fully commercial kitchen with dishwasher, cool room, freezer and storage. Guests also have access to the outside BBQ facilities and the outside dining area.
Teachers and leaders benefit from our full support regarding planning and program before and during camp. Our comprehensive information kit supplies you with everything you need to know about Allambee Camp. We help you setting up an activity program to suit your needs and our qualified and friendly activity staff accompanies you throughout your stay.
Wheel chair access and facilities for the disabled are provided. Allambee Camp just recently won the "Business Excellence Award for Good Access". Other awards won by Allambee Camp are: Best New Business Award, Adventure Tourism Award and Camping and Caravan Tourism Award. The Accreditation by the Australian Camp Association was renewed in February 2008 and ensures safety as well as quality standards. The activity equipment undergoes yearly external inspection.
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