Camp Quaranup provides the perfect launch-pad for regional excursions in the Great Southern in unique heritage accommodation.
Camp Quaranup (Circa 1875) is situated within a Class A nature reserve on the Princess Royal Harbour, with panoramic views across to the City of Albany.
The natural coastal bushland and the pristine beach environment present a fantastic venue for recreation activities, of which the camp offers a wide range including canoeing, raft making, archery, bushwalking, rogaining and team games.
Built in 1875 Camp Quaranup was a working quarantine station. Visiting the camp provides the opportunity to stay in unique heritage accommodation with capacities of up to 150 people.
The camp is an ideal launch pad for groups exploring the natural wonders of the Torndirrup National Park and the wider Great Southern Region.
The Camp is the perfect venue for conferences, workshops, professional development days, dinners, sporting presentations and reunions. The numerous buildings with open spaces make Camp Quaranup a great venue for music, drama, study groups, workshops, weddings and conferences.
Camp Quaranup in Albany, just 20 minutes drive from the city, makes it a comfortable journey for your Albany based guests and a great base for your regional, interstate or overseas guests.
The unique surroundings and panoramic views will ensure that everyone feels a sense of peace and tranquillity.