Would you like to take part in five days of fun and madness?  Do you want to feel that you are helping local people in your community?

Country Hope supports families who have children with cancer and other life threatening illness and about sixty five children, aged from 7-16 years attend the camp.

The Country Hope "Time Out for Life" holiday camp is on again this year from Sunday 30th October - Friday 5th October 2018 at the Borambola Sport & Recreation Centre.  Five fun-filled days are spent with a group of adult carers, volunteers and medical staff - not to mention the children that attend who are the very reason this camp is held each year.  If you care, know how to laugh and have a good time and can spare five days please give us a call on 02 6971 8955 or email us at admin@countryhope.com.au for an application package.

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This camp is a fun filled week of respite and enjoyment that provides diagnosed children with an opportunity to take time out from the reality of their treatment, hospitalisation and everyday stresses associated with their medical condition.

The camp provides much needed respite for parents with the certainty that their children are cared for by committed carers and by trained medical staff. The camp also caters for the siblings' who may be dealing with the grief and bereavement of a deceased brother or sister.

We aim for each child to have their own carer for the duration of the camp. The camp is a place where all children are treated just as special as each other.

To become a volunteer carer please complete our volunteer carer application form or for more information on the camp please contact us

Existing Country Hope carers can access the 2016 Camp Carer Registration Form here.


2018 Country Hope Time Out for Life Camp

Everyone had a great time at camp this year from the very youngest to the oldest. We had about 130 people in attendance at the Borambola Sport & Recreation Centre just out of Wagga Wagga with this year’s “Witches & Wizards” theme . The kids enjoyed activities from Canoeing, craft and flying fox to rock wall climbing, swimming and mastering their drum playing. The highlight was a wonderful concert put on by the campers on the Thursday evening. The concert and dinner were also enjoyed by many of our sponsors and volunteers, some of whom travelled long distances to attend.

Each year the Wagga Wagga Picnic Race Club donates funds to Country Hope for the camp and we can’t thank them enough for the wonderful efforts they go to. We were also assisted by grants from the Rotary Club of Albury and the Commonwealth Bank Foundation.

We would also like to thank Tom Balchin and the team at Borambola for the great efforts they go to to make the camp such a special time for everyone.