A natural setting
Camp Quaranup is in a Class A nature reserve on the Princess Royal Harbour, with panoramic views across to 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, bush walking, rogaining and team games.
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.
The unique surroundings and panoramic views will ensure that everyone feels a sense of peace and tranquillity.
Launch-pad for the Great Southern
The camp is more than a physical site available for group bookings – it is a special place where people of all ages can participate in unique activities in a natural environment.
Camp Quaranup provides the perfect launch-pad for school groups exploring the natural wonders of Torndirrup National Park and a range of regional-based excursions as well as the friendly hospitality of the team at Camp Quaranup.
More information about Camp Quaranup.
Camp Quaranup is located 20 minutes South of Albany in the Great Southern region of WA. It is an easy journey for Albany-based guests and a great base for regional, interstate or overseas guests.
Catering is available at Camp Quaranup for all groups staying in the main dormitories, provided by our qualified chef. View our current school and community menu and pricing below.
Contact the camp directly on 08 9844 4087 or via email and they will be happy to tailor a package to meet your group's needs.
Self-catering is available for guests staying in the Nurses Quarters and Isolation Hospital.
Camp Quaranup is administered through the Department of Sport and Recreation. The camp management team consists of:
Department of Education guidelines
The adventure recreation programs at Camp Quaranup meet or exceed the Department of Education's (DoE) Guidelines for Outdoor Education and Recreation Activities. In consideration of specific environments at the site, variations from the department's guidelines exist to increase safety.