The 2023 Alopecia Areata Adventure Camp!
Applications are now closed for the AAAdventure Camp 2023
What is the AAAdventure camp?
- Super Fun
- Full of memorable experiences
- A chance to meet other kids with alopecia
- And have a great time!
Where is the camp in 2023?
2023s camp will take place at Mylor Adventure Camp – 32 Wingrove Road, Mylor SA 5153, Australia
What will we do?
- Activities like Flying Fox, Bouldering Shed , Low Ropes, Archery, Challenge Course (Slide and mud fun), Leap of Faith and more
- Workshops to build confidence and resilience
- All overseen by highly trained and award-winning staff.
Join us at Mylor Adventure Camp on November 11th and 12th 2023
This camp is open to kids aged 6-18
All costs for kids with Alopecia Areata covered by AAAF! That includes flights, accommodation, catering and activities.
To find out more, email AAAF at firstname.lastname@example.org
Be sure to provide your child’s full name, age, address and a contact number.
The Alopecia Areata Adventure Camp is an opportunity for kids aged 18 and under with any form of Alopecia Areata to come together for an exciting weekend. The camp is free for kids with AA, including flights, meals, accommodation and activities.
The Alopecia Areata Adventure Camp is a fantastic opportunity for kids living with Alopecia to make friends, learn about the condition and – most importantly – have a very fun time.
AAAdventure Camp 2022
Thank you to everyone who joined us at the AAAdventure Camp in November!
These events could not have been run without the generous support of the AAAF volunteers. A big shout out to all the AAAF Committee.
We can’t wait to continue connecting with you all in our events throughout the country (which you can find information on here). As for next year’s event, we know it is going to be amazing! Be sure to register with us for updates, including notification when we open expressions of interest for the 2023 camp next year.
AAAdventure Camp 2021
We were so excited to have 85 attendees and reconnect after so many months either in lockdown or with limited in-person events.
Activities included archery giant swing, high ropes, Vertical challenge, canoeing, maze escapes, board games, table tennis, a zoo visit, swimming, time at the beach, laser tag.
We would like to give thanks to the generous support of Variety – the Children’s Charity NSW/ACT, was completely free for kids with alopecia to attend.
AAAdventure Camp 2020
Due to the many restrictions and changes of COVID-19, the camp will not be running in 2020.
The Variety Alopecia Areata Adventure Camp is proudly supported by Variety – the Children’s Charity NSW/ACT for 2017, 2018, 2019
Our 2019 camp was featured on ABC’s 7.30 – click here to view the segment.
AAAdventure Camp 2019
Thank you to everyone who joined the 2019 camp at the Gold Coast, QLD!
This year we explored Dreamworld and Whitewater World theme parks, and enjoying sporting fun and challenges at the BLK Performance Centre and Sports Supercentre.
- To read more about the 2019 camp, including more information about our venues, activities, travel and costs for parents, click here.
AAAdventure Camp 2018
Thank you to everyone who joined us at The Summit in Victoria for an amazing weekend. We were so excited to have 96 attendees and representation from every single state in Australia!
We can’t wait to see how this event will grow in 2019 – We hope to see you all again at the Gold Coast!
AAAdventure Camp 2017
In 2017, the Australia Alopecia Areata Foundation and Variety – the Children’s Charity ACT/NSW ran the first ever Alopecia Areata Adventure Camp, generously supported by Newcastle Permanent Charitable Foundation.
This weekend of adventure was hosted at Taronga Western Plains Zoo in Dubbo, Central NSW and thanks to our generous supporters, was completely free for kids with alopecia to attend. You can read a full recap of the AAAdventure Camp 2017 over on our blog.