Holiday Camps

Teapot Valley is committed to your children, it is the reason why we hold holiday camps.
We are passionate about challenging young people to grow and develop into the best people they can be.  We aim to create a place of adventure where authentic community happens in a caring supportive environment.

Our programs are fun, challenging, age appropriate and OSCAR approved. Parents and caregivers may be entitled for the W.I.N.Z. subsidy to help with camp fees.

Next Camp - Summer 2018

Day Camp

Who can come?  Year 2 - Year 6
When is it? Monday 18th December - Friday 22nd December
Drop off time for each day is between 8:30-9.00am, Pick up time for each day is between 4.00-4.30pm
Cost $40 per day or $160 for all 5 days
What's happening? Come along each day for loads of fun, you don't have to worry about packing your lunch because all food is provided!

Senior Camp - SORRY, We are FULL for Girls, There are still some spaces for Boys

Who can come?  Anyone in school years 5 - 8 (2017)
When is it? Starts Monday 8th January@ 10.00am. (Registration opens at 9am)  Finishes Friday 12th January @ 10am
Cost? $165.00 if paid in full by the 29th of December.  $175.00 if paid after this date.
What's happening?  Aloha! Come along with us on a Pacific Island adventure! Throw on your most colourful shirt, sit back, relax and get ready to splash right into some tropical summer fun.

Junior Camp

Who can come?  Anyone in school years 2 - 4 (2017)
When is it? Starts Tuesday 23rd January @ 10.00am.  (Registration opens at 9.00am) Finishes Thursday 25th January @ 5:00pm If you want to hang around and have a play on some of our activities and stay for sausage sizzle you are most welcome.
Cost? $110.00 if paid in full by the 19th January.  $120.00 if paid after this date.
What's happening? Aloha! Come along with us on a Pacific Island adventure! Throw on your most colourful shirt, sit back, relax and get ready to splash right into some tropical summer fun.

Junior Kids Camp is a great way for younger kids to get a taste of what goes on at camp in a friendly and encouraging environment. If your child would like to come to camp, but staying a night away from home might be an issue, then being a day camper is an option for you to consider.