Three programs, one weekend full of fun!

Transplant Australia (WA) invites families to participate in the Transplant Active Camp weekend.  Based at Point Walter Recreation Camp in Bicton, programs range from a 2 night camp for teens to an afternoon family outing.  We have a big weekend jam-packed with fun activities for everyone! 

FREE to all transplant recipients 17 & under!

TEEN ACTIVITY CAMP

Kids Ages 10 – 17 Years

Friday 9 – Sunday 11 December 2022​​

Join us for a fun-filled weekend of exciting activities designed to develop teamwork, initiative, and trust in a fun and safe environment.  Activities include

  • Kayaking,
  • Raft building,
  • Archery, 
  • Abseiling
  • High ropes course
  • 3D Glow in the Dark mini golf
  • Escape room challenge

All activities are run by suitably qualified staff and we have a team of wonderful volunteers to assist and supervise.  The camp is fully catered for and special dietary requirements can be catered for.

KIDS ACTIVITY DAY

Kids 5-9 years

Sunday 11 December 2022​

For those transplant recipients not quite ready to have a sleepover camp, there is an activity day at the Point Walter Recreation Camp. 

Commencing at 9am, the day will include fun activities for small people, lunch, and a bus ride to 3D Glow in the dark mini golf to meet your family.

FAMILY FUN DAY

Parents & siblings

Sunday 11 December 2022​

We don’t want the kids to have all the fun, do we?  Parents and siblings are all invited to the Glowing Rooms to join their children in a fun round of Glow in the Dark Mini Golf and afternoon refreshments on us.  Commencing from 1pm.

All camp and activity day participants will receive a welcome pack, including a backpack, t-shirt, water bottle, hat and lots of other goodies.

To register, click on the REGISTER NOW button and complete the form.  You will then be sent medical and permission forms that must be completed to confirm your child’s attendance.  Registration and all forms must be completed by 25 November 2022.

Any questions, please contact Julie, julie.scudds@transplant.org.au

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