Camp Facilities

Camp facilities at The Crossing are unique.  The Crossing is a permaculture designed sustainable camp.

Student’s experience sustainable design, water conservation and renewable energy.

Students harvest from the organic gardens, tend the animal systems and live a true farm-to-table experience.

Journeys to and from the camp into surrounding National Park include habitat survey and Landcare as part of a ‘journey into sustainability’.

2013 Crossing Community Hall
2013 Crossing Community Hall with developing permaculture garden overlooking the Bermagui River

The Crossing is situated near Bermagui, Australia, on a riverfront bush setting of the Southern NSW Wilderness Coast.

Biamanga National Park adjoins the camp and The Crossing has the support of the Park’s aboriginal owners for camping and research.

The camp is a traditional crossing place on the Bermagui River.  Young people make a crossing into adulthood here; learning ways to contribute to the environment & community.

Numbers: We can accommodate group sizes ranging from 12 to 24 (renovating for up to 30 in 2018 with larger groups possible for regional gatherings with tent camping).

Food and catering: Provided, with whole foods and local organic produce featured where possible.


  • solar power, wood and solar hot water heating
  • organic kitchen garden and orchards
  • chook and sheep mowing and insect management systems for gardens and grounds
  • commercial kitchen
  • community hall with attached outdoor classroom
  • fire circle for evening gatherings
  • train carriage bunkhouse with wide verandahs
  • separate teacher/supervisor rooms
  • canoes and mountain bikes available with instructors

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    Our converted Red Rattler train carriage bunkhouse.

Disabilities: The “journey” component of programs may prove inaccessible for a small selection of disabilities. Please contact us to discuss your needs further.