Kirrikee Outdoor Centre
Kirrikee is a purpose built Outdoor Education Centre in the Southern Highlands of NSW.
The property sits on more than 100 acres and is suitable for groups of 25 to 120 people. Kirrikee has been designed to enhance access to the outdoors whilst encouraging an appreciation of the beautiful surroundings. The property is a combination of rolling, cleared grazing country, bushland and wetlands that is bordered to the north by Paddy’s River. The property comprises a collection of communal buildings that complement the natural bushland and provide wonderful areas for groups to meet and mingle.
Kirrikee has two tent villages which provide comfortable, elevated and safe sleeping areas and a sense of adventure for people who may never have camped before. Further camping areas are spread throughout the site with large gazebos also available. Kirrikee is designed with a focus on simplicity; it deliberately provides everything required for a safe and enjoyable experience without many of the distractions of modern life.
Permanent facilities on the site include:
- a commercial kitchen
- a large dining room
- a lounge room with wood burning fire place with complementary Wi-Fi and computer facilities
- 2 large gazebos
- a separate building with bedrooms for 20 people
Activity highlights include:
- High Ropes Course
- Tranquil Bushwalks
- Billy Carts
- Indoor bouldering wall
- Key log rolling (only venue in Australia)
- Scenario games
- Bush walking
- Table tennis
- Billiard table
- Mountain biking
- Oval sports
Site based programs can be designed and run by Kirrikee staff in response to your requirements and financial constraints.
– Venue without catering (weekend only)
– Venue with full catering
– Venue with full catering and some programmed activities
– A fully managed camp run by Kirrikee staff
For enquiries about available dates, rates and tentative bookings, please contact the
Outdoor Education office:
E: [email protected]
P: (02) 9286 9500
To download directions to Kirrikee from Sydney, please click here