About Camp Jungai

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Camp Jungai – which means ‘meeting place’ in the Taungurung language – was established in 1972 in order to promote race reconciliation, teach indigenous culture and offer a meeting and teaching place for indigenous and non-indigenous groups.

Camp Jungai is an Accredited Tourism Business (ATAP) and has been operated by The Outdoor Education Group since 1999 and has developed into an ideal venue for camps and retreats. We offer a great range of educational, fun and engaging on-site activities, and a unique opportunity to learn more about indigenous culture. Camp Jungai is set in 23.7 hectares of open and lightly wooded land bordered by State Forest.  Our natural bush surrounds and peaceful setting make Camp Jungai a wonderful place to explore or simply relax.


We offer an extensive range of on and off site activities as well as comfortable accommodation options and plenty of meeting rooms.  Combine this with expert camp staff, excellent food and a warm welcome and you’ll find Camp Jungai the perfect place for your next camp or retreat – or simply a perfect base from which to explore the many attractions of the Rubicon Valley and the Murrindindi Shire.