Anglesea Discovery Camp is a coastal camp located by the Great Ocean Road in Victoria.

About Anglesea Discovery Camp

At Anglesea, you have the rare opportunity to explore the sand, sea, surf, bush and river environments all in one place.

We're open all year round and we have a variety of programs and activities to suit every group, from swimming and open-water learning to canoeing and raft building.

We have accommodation options for all budgets, group sizes and abilities, as well as a range of facilities for hire.

If you'd like to find out more, please submit a booking enquiry.

Anglesea Discovery Camp is owned by Sport and Recreation Victoria and is managed by the Y Discovery Camps, part of YMCA Victoria.

About the Y Discovery Camps

The Y Discovery Camps runs camp facilities and programs for schools, community groups and families across Victoria.

We run seven camps, including:

At the Y Discovery Camps, we're all about adventure in the outdoors and making a connection with nature. Our experienced camp leaders deliver fun and engaging programs in a safe and supportive environment - so everyone in your group can unleash their adventurous spirit and discover their full potential.

We've been running adventure camps since 1925. We've developed a trusted, proven model and became leaders in our field. Our camps provide opportunities for everyone to be happier, healthier and more connected to their community and the natural environment around them.

About YMCA Victoria

At YMCA Victoria, we passionately believe in the power of inspired young people. We're a community not-for-profit organisation, meaning all we receive is put back into improving our programs and services, and to supporting local communities.

YMCA Victoria has been working with young people ever since we became a part of the Y community in 1853.

We believe in the power of inspired young people. Learn more about other programs, products and services offered by YMCA Victoria.

  • Community partners
    ANGAIR (Anglesea, Aireys Inlet Society for the Protection of Flora and Fauna) is dedicated to protecting our indigenous flora and fauna and to maintaining the natural beauty of Anglesea and Aireys Inlet and their local environments. ANGAIR provides us with advice and support so we can educate visitors about the flora and fauna found at the camp and conserve it for future generations.

    Go Ride a Wave is one of several surf schools in Anglesea. First established in 1987, this organisation shares the joys of surfing and other outdoor recreation activities with individuals of all ages. Go Ride a Wave also created the surf school industry standards and is a member of the Surfing Australia surf schools.

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