Refugee Week celebrates the great contribution that refugees make to enrich Australian society. On Friday 12 June 2015, STARTTS launched Refugee Week 2015 together with the Refugee Council of Australia, Settlement Services International and Illawarra Multicultural Services, with Janice Petersen from SBS as the MC. For the first time ever, the launch event was held in the Illawarra, a major population centre of NSW.
Camp Highlights: Adventure Park, Swimming, Games, Sport, Art !
Every camper’s imagination took off at STARTTS youth camps! Each session, campers experience something new through exciting activities ! New Friendships, Swimming, Yoga, Canoeing, Rock & Water, Sand Sculpture, Raft building, Capoeira, Tree of Life, Surfing, Bush walk, Camp Fire and more!
The camp keeps Youth learning and exploring nature, gaining new experiences and making new friends are just some of the benefits of participating in a summer camp program. Camping is a unique and invaluable experience for teens girls and boys. Getting a summer break from learning in school doesn’t mean that girls and boys should not spend the summer learning outside the classroom.
At camp, girls and boys learned how to be responsible and resourceful, work in groups, solve problems and make decisions that will help them grow as individuals – all while having fun. STARTTS Youth Team works to help teens discover their full potential by providing opportunities to learn and grow.