What to Bring

Ensure all items are clearly marked with your name.

CLOTHING

  • 7 Sets of underwear
  • 7 pairs of dark-coloured socks
  • 4-6 pairs of shorts
  • 4-6 t-shirts
  • 2-4 pairs of jeans/leggings
  • 2-3 long sleeve shirts (collared)
  • 2-3 jumpers
  • 1 jacket
  • 1 rain jacket
  • 1 broad brimmed hat
  • 1 beanie
  • 2 sets of pyjamas
  • 2 track suit paints
  • 2 reusable shopping bags
  • 4 heavy duty garbage bags

Other

  • 2 dark towels
  • 2 fitted single sheets
  • 2 flat sheets
  • 1 GOOD QUALITY sleeping bag
  • 1 blanket or duvet
  • 1 form or inflatable roll mat
  • 1 pillow + 2 pillow cases
  • 1 pair of thongs/slides
  • 2 pairs of good joggers
  • 1 pair of shoes with a small heel for horse riding (School shoes)
  • 1 pair of WORN IN hiking boots
  • Sunscreen
  • Personal toiletries - toothbrush, toothpaste, soap, shampoo, non-aerosol deodorant
  • Insect repellent – non aerosol
  • Washing powder - environmentally friendly brands please (look for Grey water approved)

DAILY LIVING

  • Pegs
  • Any medication that you may need – clearly labelled and in original packaging
  • Sunglasses
  • Day Pack

CAMPING

  • Torch and spare batteries
  • Water bottles - 4L capacity minimum. (Golden circle juice or cordial bottles are ideal. Cheap water bottles from BCF, Anaconda, Kmart etc break easily)
  • NOTE: Hike packs are supplied

STATIONERY

  • Bible
  • Books, novels
  • Pens, coloured pencils and two exercise books
  • Stationery, stamps and envelopes for letter writing

OTHER

  • Musical instruments (optional)
  • Playing Cards, board games

What not to bring

  • Mobile phones, laptops, iPods, computer games, radios, vapes, all electronic devices
  • Sweets/lollies, chewing gum, chocolates, soft drink, junk food etc
  • Any aerosol packs - only pump type or roll on deodorants are acceptable
  • Knives, multi-tools and other potentially dangerous implements
  • Makeup