Ern Halliday Recreation Camp
Ern Halliday Recreation Camp is a special place where Western Australians of all ages can participate in unique and exciting outdoor recreation activities within the Perth metropolitan area.
Whether it is the conquest of the first abseil, the team success on the Jacobs Ladder or tunnelling through the Cave, it will be an experience and an adventure always remembered.
Ern Halliday is more than a physical site available for group bookings. It is a special place where people of all ages can share in unique activities in an isolated living environment. Whether it’s the conquest of the first abseil, the team success of finding the 'lost pilot' or the wonderful feeling of sharing a camp-fire with new friends, Ern Halliday will be a rewarding experience.
Ern Halliday is located on Whitfords Avenue, Hillarys, approximately 1.5km north of the Hillarys Marina. The site is identified in most roadmaps and is situated between Flinders Avenue and Angove Drive. If walking from Hillarys Marina, an underpass connects the camp to Whitfords Beach and an extensive network of dual use pathways.
Sanctuary in the suburbs
This exciting camping complex is located on the beach in the northern suburb of Hillarys, Perth. The complex has three large dormitory camps, a picnic and tent campsite and one of the largest range of adventure programs in WA. Set within by 28 hectares of natural bush, this camp really is your "Sanctuary in the Suburbs".
Ern Halliday offers a wide range of accommodation
areas, meeting facilities
and dining areas for all group types and budgets. It’s separated into five distinct areas that include: Commodore, Spinnaker, Port and Starboard, Windmill and the Cardinal Meeting Hall.
There are 22 distinct recreation programs with an additional range of program variations, training packages, workplace adventures, custom programs, self–directed activities and holiday programs.
The Ern Halliday Recreation Camp is administered through the Department of Sport and Recreation. The Camp Management team consists of: