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Wirraway Homestead Musters

Held over five days and four nights where kids sleep in bunkhouses and are supervised by bunkhouse leaders, Wirraway Homestead Summer Musters are packed with fun and excitement where each day brings a fresh assortment of activities. 

Kids gain new skills by trying new things like mustering sheep, riding horses, building shelters and swinging on low ropes in a safe environment with the support of our fully qualified team.

With an array of new friendships and memories to be made, Wirraway Homestead Musters are a camping adventure your kids won’t want to miss. 

Adventure Plus! 

The ultimate school holiday adventure days for kids aged 7–15.

In the safe hands of our fully qualified team at Mylor Adventure Camp, children participate in daily adrenaline-fuelled activities and team building challenges.

Adventures are more fun when shared with others. Children are encouraged to band together, reassure and inspire each other and have a go.

Whether it’s careening down the 200-metre flying fox or climbing to the top of the indoor bouldering wall, there’s a challenge for everyone to enjoy as they smash their goals.

The unique memories created here are truly one of a kind. 

Horse Adventure Days 

Calling all horse lovers aged between 10 and 15.

These school holidays, come to Wirraway Homestead where you can ride and care for our horses for the day like they are your very own.  

Set in picturesque Strathalbyn, you can help practice your horse handling skills and ride a horse in our great indoor arena.

Then finish the day by grooming and caring for your horse.    

This is the ultimate adventure for young horse lovers.

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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.