Mylor Adventure Camp 

Set on 20 acres across the banks of the Onkaparinga in the picturesque Adelaide Hills and only 35 minutes from Adelaide, Mylor Adventure Camp has been the ideal site for school camping adventures since 1956. 

Our all inclusive School Adventure Packages are the perfect opportunity for students to experience a range of outdoor activities in a safe and supportive environment while connecting to nature, themselves and each other. 


Adventure Activities 

Our huge range of activities are fun filled and adventure packed. 

From our high ropes and giant swing, to fishing and raft making, with the option of night hikes, archery and the flying fox, there is something for everyone to enjoy! 

Check out our Ultimate, Premium, Standard and Night Activities and their suitability for your year level. 





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Mylor Accommodation 

Mylor Adventure Camp offers four accommodation options: 

Redgum: Bunk bed accommodation for up to 64 people in eight rooms, each with ensuites and independently controlled air conditioning. 

Stringybark: Bunk bed accommodation for up to 56 people in six rooms, each with ensuites and independently controlled air conditioning

Cottage Bunkhouse: Bunk bed accommodation for up to 40 people in six rooms, some with ensuites and independently controlled air conditioning. 

Riverview Retreat: Single bed accommodation for up to 18 people in five rooms with four ensuites and a spacious open plan lounge/dining area suitable for small group self catering. 

Mylor Catering

Our School Adventure Packages are fully catered.

Our menu is based on the Right Bite Healthy Food Strategy for Schools.

We are committed to providing a healthy balanced menu that includes meats, chicken, fresh fruits, fresh vegetables and salads and can cater for most medical dietary requirements. 

School Adventure Packages



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Frequently Asked Questions 

Our all-inclusive School Adventure Packages include accommodation, catering and a range of fully facilitated outdoor activities.

Yes. Each group has separate accommodation and an exclusive dining/home space fitted with AV system.

Yes, WiFi is available in Riverview as well as the Chapel and Dining Room.

Audio visual equipment is available in Riverview as well as the Chapel and Dining Room.

Riverview has a SMART TV with the ability to show presentations through a laptop and HDMI cable and to watch free to air television.

The Chapel has a SMART TV that is controlled from an iPad mounted to the wall (there is no remote), an AV system with integrated sound through two large speakers and a cordless, rechargeable microphone.

The Dining Hall has two screens and projectors with integrated sound that can be used together in one large area or split into separate zones and a cordless rechargeable microphone.

Yes. Riverview is predominately heated via a fireplace, with wood and firelighters stored underneath its back verandah and electric heaters available for individual rooms. It is cooled via ducted air conditioning.

The Chapel is heated and cooled via a wall mounted refrigerated unit.

The Dining Hall has centrally controlled air conditioning and four wall mounted gas heaters.

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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.