Let us help you and your family reach beyond the boundaries of serious illness to discover a world of mischief, magic and new possibilities. Choose a camp that fits below.
Health Challenge Camps
Residential camps for children and young people aged 8-17 who are experiencing or have recently experienced health challenges.Find out more about Health Challenge Camps
Residential camps for children and young people aged 8-17 who have a brother or sister (of any age) who is currently receiving treatment or experiencing health challenges.Find out more about Sibling Camp
Residential camp for families who have a child or young person from birth to 17, who is currently receiving treatment or experiencing health challenges. One child in the family must be aged 8-17 years.Find out more about Family Camp
We work in partnership with a range of different charities to offer our fun, exciting camps to children and young people with health-specific conditions.Find a Partnership camp
A little taste of what Camp is like...
Medical care at camp is provided by our ‘Beach Patrol’; a skilled team of volunteer nurses and doctors, under the direction of Natalie, our Director of Services.
The team reviews every child’s application to make sure we can meet their needs at camp.
They may contact a child’s doctor if they need more information.
Beach Patrol will be responsible for providing “home from home care”, which includes giving medications, NG/PEG feeds, carbohydrate counting, bladder/bowel care and other necessary care for your child at camp. Overnight there will be a nurse/doctor on call for emergencies. If your child is unwell, we may need to take them to hospital for treatment. We also have a Clinical Advisory Board, made up of medical and nursing experts, who provide advice in relation to clinical issues.
Who can come to camp?
Check if your child is eligible for camp