Activities    

On-Site Activities

Giant Swing
Challenge your self and swing through the trees on our 18 metre Giant Swing. A great team activity for building teamwork, trust, communication and confidence.

Low Ropes Course
This has a series of physical activities on a specially designed course. Designed to encourage coordination, concentration, agility, mutual support and self-confidence.

Archery
We have two targets, two bows and sixteen arrows. Located in a very safe area, this activity is a fun skill building activity.

Basketball & Volley Ball
Two Outdoor courts are available and used during free time or for competitive inter group games.

Hut Building
Challenge your self to see what kind of hut can be created. Utilize the available materials and see what you can build. Make sure it is waterproof – so you can survive.

Initiative Activities
These fun activities require cooperation, coordination, and problem solving. They require teamwork. A lot of enjoyment can be had whilst working as a member of a team.

Orienteering
Two different courses are provided on the camp site
- Bearing and clue (map reading only)
- Score orienteering (using a compass)

Table Tennis
A table tennis table is available. Can be a great form of recreation or used for more serious competitions.

Giant Chess
Fun for all ages this rather large outdoor chess set can keep you occupied for hours.

Damper Making
Best done in small groups of 6-10. Damper cooking can be done onsite or at the campfires located in the Great Otway National Park close by. (Weather permitting).

Concert
What a way to end a camp! Legends often come from camp concerts. There is a stage, a PA and microphone available in the hall.

Disco
Bring your own music: a CD player, PA and microphone coloured lights are available in the hall for this purpose.

Karaoke
Conducted by a local musician, Jackie (JD Karaoke 0412 681 445 or 5289 6520). For a fun and enjoyable night.

Australian Bush Square Dancing
By Ken Hooke 5568 7286.

Arts and Crafts
A variety of crafts can be done using materials collected from around Angahook or draw ideas from the surrounding environment

 

Off-Site Activities

Bush Walks and Hikes
Some great walks start close to Angahook. The Great Otway National Park has a number of walks. From Angahook, it is a 2½ km walk to the Great Ocean Road, beaches and Split Point Lighthouse. The Great Ocean walk follows the cliffs through Aireys Inlet.

Tides
To help plan and prepare for any beach activities know what the tide is doing.

Surf Coast Walks
www.surfcoastwalks.com.au
Guided half day & full day walks.

Eco Logic
www.ecologic.net.au
Provide education and environmental activities that include:
• Lighthouse tours • Rock Pool Rambles
• Evening Beach Combing
• Fossil Hunting
• Marine Snorkeling

Go Ride a Wave
www.gorideawave.com.au

Southern Exposure
www.southernexposure.com.au

West Coast Adventure
www.westcoastadventure.org

Mountain Bike Riding / Canoeing
www.gorats.com.au
Great Ocean Road Adventure Tours: G.O.R.A.T.S specialise in Mountain Bike riding and canoeing in the local area.

 

Other Service Providers

BINDAREE Outdoor Education
www.bindaree.com