Clayton Bay Camp



The Clayton Bay camp is a purpose built children's holiday and aquatic adventure camp built on a 5 hectare (12 acre) property with direct frontage to Lake Alexandrina at Clayton Bay, approx 90 Kilometres South of Adelaide.

The camp comprises live-in accommodation for 70 children and staff with a large activities building, a dining hall, with adjoining kitchen, five separate bunk rooms, an adjacent shower and toilet block, and another six brick bunkhouses.

The camp is used to conduct therapeutic recovery and adventure programmes for traumatised children separated from their birth parents and living in care, as well as specialised adventure and therapeutic activities for disabled children and other children in government care.

Sporting equipment consists of canoes, sailing boats, paddle boats, bicycles and a playground.

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