Annual Camps

​Each year the All Saints' Primary School students from Years 5 and 6 attend camp. The camps can be based in different locations each year sostudents can experience a beach camp and a bush camp during their time at All Saints'

For 2024 and 2025, our camps have been based at:

Luther Heights Coolum Bea​​ch (2024):

Located at Coolum Beach on the Sunshine Coast and set in 37 idyllic and private acres, just minutes from the local beaches.

Luther Heights offers unparalleled opportunities for your next camp with outdoor education programs focused on learning and play in a safe environment. We strive to stretch the imagination, build teamwork, confidence and trust through activities ranging from high, low and medium ropes, the giant twin line flying fox, raft building, spiritual ministry and creative development.

  • Sustainability and environmental programs
  • Stunning beachfront location
  • Surfing
  • Kayak/Stand-up paddle boarding​
  • Beach sports
  • Bush walks
All material used with written permission from Luther Heights Coolum Beach
Luther Heights Coolum Beach, 2024. Luther Heights Youth Camp Activities. Retrieved 28 March 2024from Luther Heights Youth Camp - Coolum Beach, Sunshine Coast

QCCC at Tamborine​ (2025):​

Located on the Gold Coast's Mt Tamborine, this venue has access to 50 acres of land, world-class catering, and modern accommodation and partners with Vertec Adventures which provides more than 20 outdoor educational activities including:
  • Archery
  • Big group games
  • Bush Master Chef
  • Bushwalking/Bush skills
  • Climbing wall
  • Giant swing & ladder (high ropes)
  • GPS Challenge
  • Leap of Faith (high ropes)
  • Orienteering
  • Survivor Challenges
  • Team Building/Initiatives
  • Water Slide​
All material used with written permission from QCCC Tamborine
QCCC Tamborine, 2024. ​Mountain Campus, Retried 28 March 2024 from Gold Coast school camps - QCCC: Queensland Conference & Camping Centres 

Why are school camps important?

Australian educators believe that their number one challenge is supporting students with mental health conditions and more than 80% of them believe that the tension between supporting student wellbeing and teaching the curriculum is increasing. Independent research shows that camps and outdoor education programs play a key role in addressing these concerns. 

Camps have been shown to reduce anxiety, increase connection to school, increase connection to peers and increase efficacy, all strong markers of good mental health. Camps and outdoor education programs involve physical activity, teamwork and connection with the natural world - a combination that is highly effective in improving physical and mental well-being.

Camps and led outdoor experiences focus on building interpersonal and intrapersonal skills such as independence, resilience, leadership, communication and respect for others.*