The main hall is outfitted with double bunks on two sides. There are additional separate rooms, with three and four bunks respectively. The main accommodation area can be separated into two sleeping areas. The center can accommodate a maximum of forty people.
The galley is well equipped with a commercial gas stove and oven, microwave oven, fridge, chest freezer, urn, toasters and assorted cooking pots, trays, serving spoons etc. There are two wall mounted stainless steel preparation benches and a two tiered island stainless steel work bench. Tables and chairs for forty people are in the mess area.
The center is equipped with both male and female toilet. There are also heated shower areas.
Insurance for Non-Scouting Members and Groups
Groups who are not members of Scouts Australia wishing to hire the center will need to provide their own personal and public liability insurance cover. Non-scouting Groups will be required to provide proof of insurance cover before occupying the center
What to Bring
Campers are required to bring their own sleeping gear (including pillows) and crockery. Although water sports can be cold and wet, we can assure you that it’s all worth it for the fun to be had! The following list should be used as a guide:
- Clothes (that can get wet/muddy)
- A Hat
- Enclosed shoes (that can get wet/muddy)
- Spray jacket (wind and waterproof for sailing)
- Swimming gear
- Towels (for showering and for water activities)
- Plastic bags (for wet clothes)
- Strap for spectacles/sunglasses (string or otherwise)
Denim jeans are very uncomfortable when wet so please avoid wearing these for water activities