Only a short trip up the freeway, Woodhouse Adventure Park (formerly Woodhouse Activity Centre) provides a safe and convenient space for the experienced camper, or those just starting out.

There are numerous unpowered camping areas, complete with shared campfire circles (seasonal use) and adjacent Basecamps which have been fitted with deluxe creature comforts including toilets, hot showers, hand dryers, vanity mirrors and power points for your hairdryer. In addition to the unpowered camp sites, we highly recommend taking a look at the bell tent options. With your own private BBQ area, the bell tent includes a tent, lantern, mattresses (sleeps up to 6 people and just BYO bedding) and table and chairs.

And, your camping fee also includes access to the awesome onsite activities including Challenge Hill obstacle course, giant maze, tube slides, bouldering wall and disc golf!

AND you can enjoy a CAMPFIRE! (allowed outside of Fire Ban season generally May – November). Or make a birthday celebration really special with a Woodhouse Birthday Party!

Just $24-$27 a head per night includes access to the awesome onsite activities, showers, toilets and BBQ facilities. Grab a some drinks and food from the supermarket and you’re set for the weekend. 

  • Under 5: Free
  • Children (5-15 years): $24 per night 
  • Concession (concession card) – $24 per night
  • Adults (16 years+): $27 per night
  • Family (2 adults and 2 children or 1 adult and 3 children): $93 per night

Bell tent costs below

  • $260 for 4 people for 2 nights (including all the park activities – add an extra $32.50pp per night for any add ons by under 5s are free)
  • $130 for extra nights.

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