Popular school camp destination
SEAFORTH Pines Outdoor Education Centre has re-opened for business after sitting neglected for many years.
Located just 30 mins north of Mackay, the Outdoor Education Centre has been returned to its former glory by Don Griffin and his team with more than $250,000 invested so far.
Visitors to the centre will find accommodation for up to 100 guests, full commercial kitchen, indoor recreation hall, and a wide range of activities on offer from team building to boat trips, and bush walking trails to low ropes courses.
Additionally, in late 2017, the centre kicked off its abseiling program which is available to all age groups.
With a beginner’s wall available on site, and an advanced wall located via a short bush walk, abseiling has become the number one activity request for camps in
Centre manager Katie Geiger encourages anyone who wants more information or an obligation free quote to get in touch.
But act quickly – the centre is already more than 50 per cent booked out for 2018 and 2019 camps!
Visit www.seaforthpines.com.au or call
0408 550 415 for more information.
Hanging around: Abseiling is one of the most popular activities at Seaforth Pines Outdoor Education Centre.