Mylor Adventure Camp Group Accommodation

With accommodation for up to 180 people and meeting space that can seat 100 people in The Chapel, Mylor Adventure Camp in the Adelaide Hills is an ideal venue for school camps, youth events/camps, retreats, and workshops.

Large groups of up to 160 people can be accommodated in bunk bed, dormitory-style accommodation in Redgum, Stringybark, and The Cottage. Each room has four to 10 beds and most have en-suites and air-conditioning. 

Smaller groups of up to 20 people can be accommodated in Riverview Retreat. With en-suites, air conditioning, and a combustion heater as well as a spacious open living/dining/kitchen area, Riverview Retreat is self-contained accommodation which can be booked separately or along with Redgum, Stringybark or The Cottage, and is ideal accommodation for teachers.  

Mylor Adventure Camp offers full catering and self catering options. Full catering is prepared onsite by our qualified catering staff and guests have the option of using our fully equipped, commercial kitchen. Guests wanting to do their own catering can do so in our purpose-built guest kitchen, which can comfortably cater for groups of 80. 




  • Redgum

    Can sleep up to 64 people in bunk beds or single beds in eight dormitories, each with en-suites and independently controlled air conditioning.


  • Stringybark

    Can sleep up to 56 people in bunk bed accommodation in six rooms, each with en-suites and independently controlled air conditioning.

The Cottage

  • The Cottage

    Can sleep up to 46 people in bunk bed accommodation in six rooms, some with independently controlled air conditioning and ensuite bathrooms.

Riverview Retreat

  • Riverview Retreat

    Self-contained accommodation that can sleep up to 18 guests in single beds across five bedrooms, with four en-suites. Features air conditioning, a combustion heater, and a spacious, central open plan lounge/dine/kitchenette. Ideal for self-catering. Linen packages are available.

The Chapel



  • The Chapel

    A well-lit, spacious, multi-use building that is fitted with a plug and play AV system and can seat up to 100 people. It has heating and cooling and is ideal space to gather for workshops, seminars, and group activities. The Chapel is allocated as a home space to a school group during school camps.

Meals and dining

  • Fully catered option

    Includes breakfast, morning or afternoon tea, lunch, and dinner prepared by our fully qualified staff in our commercial kitchen using fresh local ingredients.

  • Self catered option

    Mylor Adventure Camp's purpose built kitchen is available for use for groups wanting to do their own catering. Includes access to a cool room, freezer, stove, oven, pots, cutlery, and crockery. An outside BBQ is also available for use.

  • Dining

    Meals are served in our spacious dining hall, which can seat 180 and our decking area, which can seat 100. As a multi-camp venue, each group has their own dedicated meal area.

  • "Mylor Adventure Camp has proven to be an excellent venue for providing accommodation for 170 people and catering all meals for 230. Staff were wonderful to work with, delivering as was promised. The camp/conference style accommodation provided very well for larger numbers and we could see capacity for more catering numbers. We would be very happy to use again. "

    John and Colleen

    FSY Logistics Committee

  • "Your staff are like magical unicorn creatures. So lovely and caring and enthusiastic about life. They have given the students and teachers so many magical moments."

    Kylie Burton

    St John The Apostle Catholic School

  • "Staff were amazing at working with our deaf youth. They were quick to adapt to meet our needs / pace at finishing activities."

    Tim & Tanya Tutty

    Deaf Butterfly Effect

  • "Great camp! Easy to monitor as a teacher. Great facilities and well organised. Excited to be back."

    Caleb Butler-Bowden

    Charles Campbell College

  • "There is so much to do in free time. The students loved their experience. What a fantastic way to build new friendships and create life long memories."

    Brenda Byrne

    Cardijn College

  • "Food was fantastic! Delicious and generous amounts. This was the best camp I've ever done! Activities, food, instructors!"

    Alice Forster

    Woodville High School

  • "An excellent setup was provided and support was given at all times. We feel really lucky to have been taken so well care of."

    Natalie Cunningham

    Vale Park Primary School

  • "Planning the camp so easy."

    Leanne DeZilwa

    Mt Compass Primary School

  • "Perfect location, excellent facilities, wonderful staff."

    Sarah Telford

    First Innovators

  • "Camp experience was brilliant. Kids had a great time. Were challenged, encouraged to go outside their comfort zone and well fed!"

    Stephanie Kriewaldt

    Lobethal Lutheran

  • "Baptist Care SA worked with our school to craft creative and challenging wilderness camps for a number of years. They always bring a wonderful blend of professionalism and a personal touch that engages with our unique needs. They are a pleasure to work with and our students have loved the camps and experiences they have designed and facilitated for us. "

    Nigel Eaton

    Emmaus Christian College

Frequently Asked Questions 

32 Wingrove Rd, Mylor.

The Chapel is equipped with an integrated AV system comprising a large SMART TV screen, two large speakers and a cordless, rechargeable microphone with HDMI inputs.  

Please note: There is no WiFi available in The Chapel and WiFi capability will need to be supplied through guests’ dongle or mobile hotspot. 

The Dining Hall is equipped with two screens and projectors with integrated sound, with HDMI inputs that can be used together as one large area or split into separate zones.

Riverview Retreat has a SMART TV that can show presentations through a laptop computer and HDMI cable. It can also be used to watch free to air TV.

Get in touch. 

We’d love to hear from you. 

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Baptist Care SA, lives, works and walks on Kaurna, Peramangk 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.