About Camp Wombaroo
Camp Wombaroo is set in 50.6 ha of open and lightly wooded land bordered by the Jellore State Forest. Originally a farming property, it was turned into a camp in 1996, and since then has specialised in providing outdoor education options for school and university groups. In 2009 Wombaroo was purchased by the Outdoor Education Group (click here)
Wombaroo is a professionally managed site, with numerous staff living and working on site (in detached and removed accommodation) including:
The camp staff have agreed that they would spend the Rowany Festival in an approximation of medieval clothing so that the ambience of festival would not be disturbed – they will need assistance with this venture.
Camping and Cabins
Camp Wombaroo offers two alternatives for accommodation, which gives the opportunity for those travelling from significant distances (New Zealand, Perth, Brisbane) or those with children or disabilities the chance to participate in Festival with significantly less stress and equipment.
It should be noted that onsite catering options would need to be explored for those hiring cabins, as there are no cooking facilities attached. Full kitchen facilities (see here) would allow be perfect for running a Greasy Spoon. Or cabin hirers would need to make arrangements to join one of the campsite food funds around festival.