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34 Hunter Street

Pialba

Hervey Bay QLD 4655

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Ph: (07) 4124 3396 

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Facilities

Accommodation

Accommodation is provided in the form of 12 eight-person "huts" with bunk-beds, 2 rooms containing a double bed and one single bed, and 3 rooms with double beds which are serviced by an ensuite suitable for disabled persons. There are wall-mounted oscillating fans in most rooms plus plenty of windows. The wooden floors and verandahs add to the charm of the facilities. Each hut and room is numbered.

For layout of the huts, see the camp building map.

2 double bed rooms

Also accessible by a ramp if required. (Room 14 and 15)

1 double room with kitchenette

Also accessible by a ramp for disability access. (Room 13)

2 Family Rooms

1 double bed plus 1 single plus 1 double bunk in each room.  (Rooms 16 and 17)

12 Cabins each with 4 bunks

6 on one side of the site and 6 on the other. (Rooms 1 - 12)

Amenities

There is a male and a female toilet block, featuring five shower cubicles each, plus sinks, mirrors and toilets. Toilets are also provided on the verandahs convenient to the huts.

Dining Room

As anyone who has been to a Campialba camp will tell you- no one goes home hungry. The dining room seems to be the heart of Campialba. It's where the meals are served and people catch up for a chat. Self-serve tea and coffee making facilities are available at any time of day. The dining room is attached to the full catering kitchen, including an industrial dishwasher so you won't even need to pick up a tea-towel.

Assembly Hall

Above the dining room is the assembly hall which is where most meetings are held. A piano and PA system is present, ready for sessions of singing or entertainment. There is also a ceiling-mounted data projector, projection screen and plenty of seating.

Recreational Hall (the ‘Rec Hall')

One of the well-used areas is the Rec Hall. This structure, with its high ceiling and cement floor has hosted games, concerts, meetings, meals, trade displays, award ceremonies and plenty of other activities. It is fully lit, has its own toilets and can be hooked up to a PA system if needed. The hall itself contains basketball hoops, table tennis tables and plenty of concrete for the skateboards, RipStiks, roller blades and roller skates (remember them?).

The Oval

A large grassed oval is the ideal place for outdoor activities like touch football, soccer or even traditional Sunday School games.  The oval can be lit at night.

Trampoline

Campialba holds one of the last "old school" style Olympic trampolines that has plenty of bounce left in it. There is also a smaller trampoline with enclosed safety mesh walls for younger bouncers.

Volleyball Court

A full sand volleyball court located at one end of the oval another sporting option (or sandpit for the young'uns when not in use).  The volleyball court also has night lighting.

Pool Room

For those wanting to go "straight to the pool room", they'll find two pool tables, a piano and lounges to just sit about and relax. 

Parking

There is plenty of parking either side of the entry driveway at the front of the campsite. There is also room for caravans.

Security

A large wire fence around the perimeter of the grounds prevents "non-invited visitors" from coming and going.

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