Girls 7-11yrs and their Fathers
Yarrakoora, Byron Bay Hinterland, NSW, Australia
The Father Daughter Camp is a facilitated overnight bush camp set in the spectacular Byron Bay hinterland. The program – designed for girls aged 7-11 and their fathers – provides a great opportunity for fun and adventure with Dr Arne’s team.
It also offers a safe, distraction free environment for fathers and their daughters to share one on one time together, which is so important yet often so rare it today’s busy world. We have created a beautiful, natural and safe place for you to really show your daughter how much you appreciate her and gain a better understanding of her needs as she grows into a young woman.
The camp includes lots of interesting and fun activities, and we also set aside some time to support dads to think about what they need to do to give their daughters the energy, attention and guidance they need at this important time in their development.
This program is inclusive of camping accommodation and all meals.
Date: 1-2 September 2018
Venue: YarraKoora, Byron Bay Hinterland, NSW
Total Cost: $620
$620 is the total cost for both to attend and includes catering and camping equipment. Please understand that as the camps fill to capacity we are unable to accept your registration and secure your place without payment of the camp fees.
“Taking the time to acknowledge and appreciate my daughter has been immensely rewarding. It's been an inspiration for us both to shift our relationship and behaviors to come into line with what she really needs in this stage of her life”.
“This camp was one of the most perfect platforms to help build and maintain a strong healthy relationship with my daughter as she is growing into a beautiful young woman. No distractions in nature and plenty of opportunity to cultivate presence with my daughter.”
“The camp experience opened my eyes to the things that are important. The opportunity to devote all my energy to my daughter and seeing the difference it made was invaluable. It is only one of many treasures I gained from the camp. Thank you.”
The Father and Daughter program involves an overnight bush camp for girls aged 7-11yrs and their father.
On the camp itself the girls and their fathers spend time together in a fun and safe environment, story telling, playing games and participating in other activities. Facilitators also spend time supporting the fathers to think about what they need to do to support their daughters as they become young women.
Girls 7-11yrs and their Fathers
Making Men camps are held throughout the year in a purpose built bush location near Mullumbimby in Northern NSW.
We have kitchen facilities, camping areas, recreational spaces, composting toilets, undercover areas, all located in a beautiful natural bush setting.
Dry areas are utilised with the care of all participants as a priority. All participants should bring effective wet weather gear with them (as directed on each camp’s ‘what to bring’ list). We do not cancel camps because of wet weather.
Yes. One of the core elements of the camps is that it is a group residential experience.
The best person to take your daughter on a camp is her father, but we are aware that this is not always an available option. We are happy to talk personally with you regarding this if required.
No. This program is not based on any religion, and does not promote any one belief over another. Our programs blend a number of experiences drawn from many cultures and practices, and we invite you to honour your own beliefs.
At all times you have a choice to participate in an activity or not. We are a values based organisation founded on the understanding that everybody is entitled to have their own beliefs that need to be respected.
No it is very important that the father/mentor is able to give full attention to his daughter. Past participants often return a second time with their other daughter.
YES. As a professional organisation the wellbeing of your daughter is paramount. We have strict Occupational Health and Safety guidelines, Child Protection policies and procedures, qualified First Aid Officers and evacuation procedures in place on all camps.