Camp Information

In the fulfillment of it's mission VITAE provides Bursaries to Camps

The Camps are conducted over ten days of concentrated training in the bush, north of Woodford, Queensland. The Camp consists of three phases:

Phase 1

This involves four days of hiking, team building, bush craft and adventure activities; ensures that physiological and safety needs are met.

Phase 2

Participant engage in a mobile activity including achievable challenge at the Glass House Mountains to underpin ability and achievement in facing challenges.

Participant engage in a mobile activity including achievable challenge at the Glass House Mountains to underpin ability and achievement in facing challenges.

Phase 3

The final days see resilience training and goal setting centred around an overnight solo. This concludes with a formal dinner and graduation.

Participants must have a reasonable level of physical health.

All medical issues must be disclosed in the application. Medical conditions will be carefully considered to determine an applicant's ability to participate fully and safely. This may need the provision of written and verbal reports from relevant Medical Professionals.

The Camps are alcohol free.

Applicants with backgrounds of drugs and alcohol abuse must no longer be 'using'.

Applicants must not have a psychiatric condition.

Participants or their referees must arrange return travel to and from the Camp Assembly Point.

Vitae will offer bursaries to cover the full or partial cost of the Camp for young people who otherwise could not participate.

The Camps are conducted by Adventure Alternatives.

For more information on the Camps or to obtain the necessary forms