These camps are what we have been waiting for. We are the experts of our own country and community and health. When we practice our culture and talk about our health on country we feel safe and proud. All of us are getting our health checks and the younger ones are looking up to us elders.

Simpson Yam

Our Impact

309

members have joined our remote Australian Aboriginal men's health and culture movement

112

received health checks on  country

259

joined healthy eating and bush tucker workshops

61

received counselling on country

60

joined Tackling Indigenous Smoking sessions

271

experienced cultural activities on country

257

joined social and emotional wellbeing conversations

Mobile services offered in partnership with OrangeSky

24

wash cycles

15

dryer cycles

37

hot showers

Our Locations

OUR CAMP LOCATIONS

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Our Partners

Camping on Country is funded through Minister Ken Wyatt Department of Health. We work with Aboriginal community controlled health services and Tackling Indigenous Smoking. BushTV Enterprises manages the project.

Our Stories

Jilkmingaan Family Camp
Normanton Camp Story 2021
Camping on Country Hopevale 2019
Hopevale Camp story
Camping on Country Normanton 2019
Normanton Camp story
Camping on Country Wujal Wujal 2019
Wujal Wujal camp story
Camping on Country Cooktown 2019
Cooktown Camp Story
Rhondie’s Return
Kowanyama Camp Story
Mareeba Camp Story
Kununurra Camp Story
on Country Borroloola
Borroloola Men’s Health and Culture Camp
Tennant Creek Men’s Camp success

Health benefits of Camping on Country

Connecting to Our Country

Practicing our Culture

Culturally Appropriate Health Checks

Designing Our Own Health Programs

Empowering Our Leaders of Tomorrow

Sharing Our Successes

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Contact

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