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Our facilities include accommodation consisting of 16 separate weatherboard houses in a village style setting, catering for up to 270 people. Houses are 3 or 4 bedrooms, providing bunk bed style accommodation, private bathroom and toilet facilities, lounges and also verandas - important as meeting points and change areas in wet conditions. Guests have access to semi self-contained facilities in the houses they occupy during camps.

We have a large (heated) dining hall capable of seating up to 250 people inside, and around 50 outside on an extensive balcony overlooking the large oval and the Macalister River. A fully equipped industrial standard kitchen is available to hire to produce a range of well-balanced meals for catering or large groups.

Conference style facilities are also available with a large stage, complete with piano and audio visual equipment. A large self-contained room at the rear of the hall provides an ideal relaxation or meeting area for teachers and/or program staff. Wet weather is not a problem with the large (basketball size) indoor stadium. This is equipped with male/female shower/toilet blocks, table tennis tables and a wide range of ball and other games.

Creativity is catered for in our special arts and crafts building.

Other facilities include an outdoor swimming pool (with changing rooms, toilets and showers), chapel, fully equipped laundry (usually needed for emergencies only) and drying room, covered BBQ's and special campfire areas.

Babies: Please ask at the time of booking if you require a portable cot and/ or high chair.

Stadium/ Main Dining Hall/ Meeting rooms/ Chapel: These areas carry additional charges for those groups not on a full program. Please discuss when making your booking.

First Aid

For guests with more serious injuries or illnesses, the nearest hospital is Heyfield, followed by Traralgon. In cases of emergency an ambulance can be called from the front office. While weekend guests and schools are expected to provide their own first aid, the Licola staff are always available to assist when possible.