Senior CE Camp is organised by a team of Christians from a diverse range of background from throughout South Australia. This team works together to ensure that camp runs smoothly and safely.

Register

Your child will join around 250 other young people in worship, teaching, workshops, small group discussions, activities, sport, camp concert and the Watch Night Service on New Year’s Eve.

This 5 day camp is held between Christmas and New Years January each year at Cornerstone College, Mount Barker.

Volunteers go through a thorough screening and selection process to ensure that they are suitable and are expected to attend training on the last weekend in November. Find out more about the process in the FAQ section for Volunteers.

Please email with registration enquiries.

Camp Costs

Register & pay by Early Bird Payment for CE Camp

Early Bird

Standard Payment for CE Camp

Standard

Late Goose Payment for CE Camp

Late Goose

In full before Oct 31
$195
In full before Nov 30
$225
In full Dec 11
$250

Multiple Sibling Discount

  • Junior Camp: discount applies to the second and subsequent siblings
  • Senior Camp: discount applies to the second and subsequent siblings

Discount applies for siblings across both camps.

Country Camper Discount

Campers who live more than 150km from Mount Barker: $20 off total price.

We don’t want anyone to miss out on camp because of money. Contact us for further discounts if costs are genuinely prohibitive.

Payment options

Payment options include PayPay, direct debit and cheque.

To pay by direct debit:

BSB 325 185

Account Number 0354 8558

Account Name: Christian Endeavour Camps 2

Who Runs Camp

The team, represented by group of Christians from a range of churches around the state, works to ensure that camp is runs smoothly and safely.

Contact us with any questions

Senior Camp Committee

  • Oli

    Director

  • Sana

    Administration

  • Grace

    Finance

  • Cliff

    Program

  • Jane & Dylan

    Volunteer Managers

  • Lorinda

    Community Liason

FAQ

Answers to common questions for parents of Senior Campers.

Where are volunteers from?

Over 100 volunteers come from 40 churches from around South Australia.

What training, experiences and checks do volunteers go through to work with my child?

All volunteers show an active involvement in a local Church community. We use a detailed leadership application form requiring two referees. This informs us of their experience and helps us gauge their suitability for camp.

Your child’s safety is important to us, which is why volunteers who have contact with children or young people through CE programs to have a National Police Check.

All volunteers complete Child Safe Environments Training.

What will my child be doing on camp each day?

View the page about what to expect, and a day in the life of camp.

How is my child cared for on camp?

Our care for your child starts before they arrive by asking them which friends they’d like to be in a small group with. Maintaining a welcoming and caring culture is something we are passionate and proud about at CE. Before Camp even begins our leaders are praying for your child, and we aim to place your child in a small group with at least one person they know. Being in the same group as one of their friends helps them feel comfortable and safe, but also enables them to get to know other people their age.

Your child’s Small Group Leader is their main support during camp. Small Groups spend a lot of time together – meal times, discussion time and some activities. We aim for 1 leader for every 3 campers. This means their leader gets to know them well and are nearby if your child needs them.

Leaders are supported by the Volunteer Manager and Camp Director.

Can you accommodate children with special needs?

CE hopes to be as inclusive as we can with all potential campers.

Please contact the Senior Camp Director as early as possible to see how we might accommodate your child’s particular needs.

My child has to take medication each day. How is this managed?

All medications are collected at the start of camp and the distribution of medication is supervised by a First Aid Officer.

What if my child gets sick or injured on camp?

There is a first aid officer who will care for your child if they get sick. They are supported by other volunteers with First Aid Training for Schools and Centres.

In the event of an emergency we will contact you and follow the procedure as stated on the consent form.

How do I reach my child if I need to contact them in an emergency?

While campers are allowed to bring their phones on camp, they are only able to access them for one hour each afternoon. This is to help them connect with God and the people around them.

In the event of an emergency, please use the number provided on the camp registration form to contact camp Administration.

Will volunteers contact my child after camp?

CE will only contact your child if you’ve said we can when you register.

We’d love to be able to keep your child up to date about future camps and other news and events.

If it’s ok with you, we’d also like to be able to help your child follow Jesus throughout the year.

Please contact us if you have any questions about volunteers contacting your child.

Oh dear! Have we missed something?

If we haven’t answered all your questions get in touch with us.