Nindethana campsite is situated approximately 30 km from Launceston adjacent to the Tamar River. It is a sunny, tranquil bush setting with plenty to do and see both onsite and off.
Nindethana is available to schools, clubs, Scouts, Guides, youth and craft groups, conferences, training, corporate events, weddings, funerals. Nindethana operates a not-for-profit camp and is administered and maintained by volunteers. All fees are used to maintain and develop the camp site.
The camp house offers cosy bunkrooms, with forty bunks in total. The modern kitchen is fully equipped for self catering. The separate dining room, with wood heater, can seat up to forty and the adjacent Wilkins Room is a bright, sunny area suitable for a range of indoor activities. A wide sunny verandah overlooks the river, ideal for many activities. Equipment is available if required.
Outdoor areas are cleared, giving level sites for campers with water and cooking fire bases provided. A four metre square free-standing tree house is available for the camper looking for adventure. Adult supervision is required. An outdoor adventure trail is set among the trees.
Offsite activities in the area include: sailing, wineries, Beaconsfield Gold Mine museum, sea horses at Beauty Point, the Holwell Gorge and the Gravelly Beach indoor pool, where bookings are necessary.
Please find a proforma Risk Assessment (ADM.56b) which has been partially completed, outlining known risks on the site.