The Briars

Camp Description Overview

* Situated on 15 acres within The Briars Conservation Park in Mount Martha, Victoria * Offers a stunning natural setting with a variety of adventure and environmental activities * Close proximity to many attractions in the Mornington Peninsula, including woodland and beach walks

Accommodation Details

Can accommodate a total of 92 people across 12 cabins 10 cabins are available for students, each with 4 bunks, sleeping 8 students in total 2 cabins are designated for staff, with 3 sets of bunks, accommodating 6 adults Staff cabins also have ensuite facilities All cabins are carpeted, equipped with heating, and have large fans.

Indoor Facilities

* Main building houses recreation rooms, dining rooms, commercial kitchen, and manager’s office * Recently re-carpeted recreation room with a Coonara wood heater and air conditioner * Recreation room includes a 42-inch LCD full HD TV, Blu-ray player, stereo, and table tennis facilities * Data projector, laptop, and 120-inch projector screen available for use * Dining room can seat up to 100 people * Laundry facilities are available if required

School camp teachers walking behind kids on Australian trail next to river

Outdoor Facilities

* Giant Swing * Leap of Faith * Flying Fox * Crate Stack * Archery * Orienteering * Bush crafting and hut building * Canoeing * GaGa Pit * Push Cart Races * Obstacle Course * Low Ropes Course * Volleyball Court

Accessibility Information

* Wheelchair access is available for activities * Wheelchair access is provided in accommodation and bathroom facilities * Accessible programs and activities are available for those with special needs

verandah decking at a school camp venue



To consistently deliver high-quality educational programs from an engaged and expert team.



To deliver fun and educational programs with your child’s school plus offering school holiday camps



To develop teamwork, leadership and communication skills in a fun and nuturing environment


We prioritise the safety of our students at all times. Our experienced and qualified leadership team conducts thorough risk assessments of our sites and activities. Our staff is trained to follow strict procedures to minimize risks. We also have external inspections of our high and low ropes courses every year, and our equipment is carefully checked before each use. Each site has an emergency plan in place, and our team is well-prepared to handle any situation and prioritize the safety of the students.

We take risk management seriously and have specific measures in place. Our Group leaders are trained in first aid and carry first aid kits. They also have communication devices to stay connected and address any emergencies. Additionally, every program has a dedicated Course Coordinator who oversees the Risk Management Systems at all times, ensuring that safety remains a top priority throughout the camp.

We develop a unique program for each school so the activities will vary dependent on the outcomes the school is looking for. Students can expect a range of engaging activities, including team tasks, low ropes challenges, high ropes activities, water-based tasks, archery, and bushcraft, tailored to the school’s goals.

Yes, we offer flexible programs ranging from one-day team-building experiences to multi-day camps with overnight stays.

We accommodate dietary needs by planning menus accordingly and providing individual diet plans, and we have a strict no nuts policy at all our sites.

Jane Doe
Belgravia Leisure

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