Sport and recreation centre camps
Sport and recreation camps give kids the chance to enjoy a break away from home, spending time in the great outdoors, learning new skills and making new friends.
We have 350 free spots available in five locations on a first in basis, of 5 to 7 days each.
Activities range from abseiling to bushwalks to flying foxes! Meals, accommodation and activities included, plus free transport thanks to Transport for NSW.
There’s something for every age at a sport and recreation camp. At the junior level, they learn to challenge themselves while growing in confidence and independence, having fun and making new friends along the way. Older kids get to engage in a healthy and active lifestyle that promotes team building, problem-solving and leadership while enhancing their social skills, personal growth and self-esteem.
All camps are run by fully qualified staff and cater for special diets, medical conditions and allergies. These special free “Drought Break” camps include all meals and available activities as well as dormitory accommodation for overnight. Free supervised transport to and from residential camps is being provided by Transport for NSW.
The following free camps are available to kids in drought-stricken regions under the Drought Break program.
Due to overwhelming interest, camps are now at capacity. You can still register for the waiting list or check the website for other activities.
Visit the Office of Sport for eligibility details and bookings.
Nestled in the heart of Riverina farming country close to Wagga Wagga, Borambola Sport and Recreation Centre enjoys a peaceful setting on the banks of Tarcutta Creek.
Set on 87 hectares of high alpine country, Jindabyne Sport and Recreation Centre delivers nature on a grand scale – crisp blue skies, gold-hued plains and views over the impressive mountains.