I recently attended recovery camp held at Yarramundi in January 2023. Although I have long considered my attendance at a camp, it is only in th…


I love coming to camp to meet new people and for a change of scenery. I also get to catch up with people I have met at previous camps. The only ba…


Come to camp to escape tech, see some bush and take in the smells. Camp helps you to get out of your comfort zone. – Warren, 2021


I enjoy coming to camp because of the activities and getting to know the student nurses and the fellas. It’s a good environment and I enjoy sharing…


“My first camp in May 2019 was the warm-up to discovering supplementary wellness strategies. It’s not the anxiety of climbing up tall ladders, …


“I attended Recovery Camp to get some help healing and learning. And I was pleasantly surprised to meet the next generation of nurses and both …


This is a letter of thanks to Recovery Camp. I was homeless, on a disability support pension, mental unwillingness filling my days – whe…


I am a 61-year-old woman. I am a survivor of multiple trauma experience which has been extremely challenging throughout my life. In my past, I’…


“I literally had the time of my life. It is truly life changing.” These are the words of Kim, 59, who had earlier referred to herself as a “broken …

Our Aim

Recovery Camp aims to improve mental health, and mental health care. We want impact now!

Our mission is about you!

Through your connection with Recovery Camp we hope you realise your personal strengths, and your contribution to the mental health and recovery of others.

Recovery Camp

Recovery Camp has been a transformative force in the mental health landscape over the past decade. Celebrating our 40th camp in 2023, this milestone reflects our premier program’s enduring success and sustained impact.

We are driven to broaden our reach and impact, to improve mental health and mental health education, nationally.

Contact us for information about camps in 2024 and 2025.

Acknowledgement of Country

Recovery Camp acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the land where we work and live. We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging. We celebrate the stories, culture and traditions of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Elders of all communities who also work and live on this land.

Recovery Camp welcomes all people irrespective of ethnicity, lifestyle choice, faith, sexual orientation and gender identity.

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