Teen Ranch Australia
Since 1961 Teen Ranch has welcomed thousands of campers through its gates annually, for an outdoor recreation experience. With a target age from 8 to 17 years, the mission of the Ranch is to provide an opportunity for young people to connect with their peers, learn new skills, and to introduce them to the teachings of the gospel through an exciting outdoor adventure.
Thousands of young people from primary and high schools come to Teen Ranch each year for a fun, exciting, challenging, safe and unique school camp. Year 3 to Year 12 students come from the Camden, Campbelltown and Sydney region for a great time on their school camp. We also cater for other community organisations with our popular weekend camps.
Looking for an adventure? Then come to Teen Ranch Adventure day camps! We offer a wide range of exciting activities, such as horse riding, high ropes, rock climbing and canoeing. What are you waiting for?
Our site welcomes Community and Youth Groups for weekend camps, providing flexible options for tailored experiences and group sessions. It's the ideal retreat for a stimulating getaway.
We offer a variety of roles where you can make a lasting impact on young lives, foster personal growth, and create unforgettable memories.
10 reasons to choose Teen Ranch for your next group camp or holiday adventure
The staff were professional and made the girls feel at ease. Their encouragement and patience is appreciated.
The whole experience was amazing from beginning to end. Students and staff had a wonderful time.
I absolutely loved Teen Ranch growing up, and couldn’t wait for each school holiday to come around. I started going at 10 years old…and I have such fond memories. I am now 44, and am sending my young children there, and they love it as much as I did!
It is a beautiful place and my daughter loves going to camp! She loves all the activities…and has made many lifelong friends.
A great camp that was relaxed and well run. Thank you!
Acknowledgement of Country
Teen Ranch Australia recognises that we are God's people on God's land.
We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of this land, the Dharawal people and their connections to land, sea and community.
We pay our respects to their elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today.
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