Located in the beautiful Adelaide Hills only 35 minutes from Adelaide CBD, Mylor Adventure Camp is set on 20 acres on the banks of the tranquil Onkapringa River. Offering a variety of accommodation and meeting/dining facilities the venue is suitable for small or large group bookings of up to 180 guests.
Bunk bed accommodation for up to 160 guests is provided in our comfortable dormitory style buildings (Redgum, Stringybark & The Cottage) all featuring separate rooms with 4-10 beds in each room, most with ensuites and air conditioning.
Smaller groups are more suited to the fully self-contained Riverview Retreat building sleeping up to 18 guests in single beds over 4 bedrooms with ensuites and featuring a spacious open living/dining/kitchen area.
Riverview can be booked separately or in conjunction with dorm building accommodation for larger groups if required.
We can provide full catering with scrumptious meals prepared onsite by our qualified catering staff in our commercial kitchen, or guests can have the option to self cater from our fully functional self-catered kitchen.
As a multi group site we offer each group separate accommodation as well as an exclusive dining/home space fitted with AV system.
The Chapel, a well-lit specious multi-use building, is an additional space available for groups to utilise for worship, meetings, seminars or conferences. This building is also fitted with an AV system and can seat up to 100 people.
Riverview Retreat is a fully self contained building suitable for up to 18 guests ideal for a small group retreat, family gathering or as an addition to large group bookings. Featuring five separate bedrooms with single beds, four ensuite bathrooms, a spacious and a central open plan lounge/dine/kitchenette suitable for small group self catering. The building is air conditioned and features a warm combustion heater creating a cosy ambience in the winter months. Linen packages are available.
Baptist Care SA, lives, works and walks on Kaurna, Permangk and Boandik lands. We acknowledge Aboriginal people as the state’s first peoples, recognise their traditional ownership, and respect their cultural heritage, beliefs, deep connection and continued guardianship of land and waters. We value the contributions of Elders past and present, and are committed to learning from those emerging.