Family Camps

“Come to me, all of you who are tired and have heavy loads, and I will give you rest” (Matthew 11:28)

Family Camps are precious times to strengthen family relationships, and a chance to be refreshed spiritually, emotionally and physically. A truly ‘all ages’ event, campers are able to enjoy uninterrupted time to relax but also set aside time to reflect on deeper issues of life in the loving support of a caring community.

Select which camp:


Family Camp South

Family Camp South is held at the Blue Lagoon Christian Camp Centre in Dodges Ferry – around 50km east of Hobart. It’s for families, couples or individuals who want to get away in a friendly, relaxed environment. All accommodation is in cabins, allowing families to have their own private space when required. The program includes all-age sessions as well as activities for different age groups, and plenty of free time.

Where: Blue Lagoon Campsite, Dodges Ferry
When: 7-11 Jan 2019
Cost: Adults – $290; Ages 12-18 – $270; Ages 5-11 – $250; Ages 0-5 – Free
(Note: payment instalments are possible. Contact us if finances would otherwise prevent attendance)

Register here for Family Camp South

Family Camp North

Family Camp North is a camp that takes place in the serenity in the Fingal Valley, in the north east of Tasmania. Family Camp North is a fantastic opportunity for families, couples and people of all ages to reach for the stars through art, adventure, fellowship and fun finding Jesus. What could be better? For the families of Family Camp North that keep coming back, the answer is clear: nothing!

Where: Scotch Oakburn Campus, Fingal Valley
When: 24-28 Jan 2019
Cost: Adults – $270; Under 15 – $210; Under 3 – Free

Register here for Family Camp North



SU Tas Jobs

SU Tas is currently seeking a State Director with the experience and vision to lead the organisation into the future.

Summer Experiences

SU Tas runs a number of camps and holiday clubs throughout summer for the people of Tasmania.

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