Conditions for Hire
is the responsibility of each group to ensure that campers understand
and follow Camp Leschenaultia’s general conditions for hire. Each
group must have a competent leader in charge to liaise with Camp
Leschenaultia staff or contractors. Camp Leschenaultia recommends a
ratio of one leader to ten campers (1:10). The group leader is
responsible for camper supervision, safety and first-aid at all
Charges: All hire charges for the use of camp leschenaultia are
to be finalised before or on departure from Camp
to Property: Additional charges for damage to property shall be
invoiced after departure.
Leschenaultia is to be maintained in a clean condition by campers.
Groups are responsible for cleaning and maintaining all areas in a
water at the camp is rain water, what a treat. If you desire; water
can be boiled prior to consumption.
is a precious resource at Camp Leschenaultia with a limited supply in
the rainwater tanks. Please conserve water by using shower and taps
to a minimum.
bags or blankets, sheets, pillow, towel, toiletries, personal needs
and departure time is 10.00am unless otherwise arranged.
Campers must not overstay the allocated departure time or an extra
day’s charge will apply. It is the Group Leader’s responsibility
to address the group immediately after arrival to convey the General
Conditions for Hire or other briefings.
Emergency procedure notices are posted throughout Camp
Leschenaultia and campers should make themselves familiar with the
FIGHTING EQUIPMENT: Extinguishers, fire blankets, fire hoses
and smoke detectors are vital and are located around the site. These
should not be tampered with or removed.
No fire or BBQ may be lit on the property without the consent of
Camp Leschenaultia staff or contractors. Fire restriction notices
and total fire ban must be strictly observed.
and Loss: All breakages and losses to camp Leschenaultia
property or equipment are to be reported to the Camp Manager.
Damages shall be invoiced to the group. Camp Leschenaultia takes no
responsibility for the loss or damage to personal property. Campers
are only permitted to access the buildings to which they have been
all vehicle parking is strictly at the owner’s risk. and only in
designated car parks.
restrictions: Speed restrictions apply and are strictly
Environment: Camp Leschenaultia is a
sanctuary for flora and fauna. Campers are not permitted to bring
firearms, animals or pets onto the property, or to disturb the
natural environment. Rubbish is to be placed in designated areas.
Smoking: All areas are designated smoke free
May only be consumed with approval prior to arrival at the campsite.
Consumption of recreation and illicit drugs are not allowed.
Calls: The Camp Manager is to be informed of
any calls to emergency services.
There are no land lines at Camp
Leschenaultia. The Group Leader is encouraged to ensure that mobile
phones are available for emergency and private calls.
Aid is the responsibility of the campers. Campers must provide their
own First Aid equipment and
activities: Specialised activities (ie.
Extreme sports) are only to be undertaken with written approval
prior to arrival at Camp Leschenaultia. It is the responsibility of
the hirer to provide adequately trained, experienced or skilled
leaders for activities undertaken. Group leaders are responsible for
the supervision and behaviour of campers at activities.
Activities: Group leaders are responsible
for identifying safety issues associated with self-led off-site
excursions and take any necessary precautions.
Group Leader must insure that:
under 18 years of age have appropriate
Parent/Guardian Consent to attend camp;
camper has completed a Health/Medical Record
Sheet, including allergies;
and Injury Register is filled out for all
day visitors are informed of the campsites General
Conditions for Hire and any safety issues.
Leschenaultia reserves the right to terminate the occupancy without
notice for breach of the Generals Conditions
for Hire. Camp Leschenaultia staff are
empowered to take action as deemed necessary for the proper conduct
of the camp.
Care and common sense should be taken. Group Leaders are asked to
remind campers to respect each other, other’s personal property
and the environment.
All noise should cease by 11.00pm.
and Drink: May only
be consumed in the dining area or out of doors.