What are the dates of camp?
Camp is from the 1st-7th July
Where is camp located?
Bnei Akiva Melbourne will be having their Machane at the same campsite as last year. For security reasons, we only disclose the campsite location closer to the date of camp. It is an excellent campsite within a 90 minute drive of Melbourne. If you have any queries about the campsite location, please contact:
Rosh Machane Juniors - Natan Kessler - email@example.com - 0400 767 117
Rosh Machane Intermediates & Seniors - Ellie Moskow - firstname.lastname@example.org - 0466 097 511
Shlichim - Motti & Yisca Goodman - email@example.com - 0435 752 266
What is the cost of camp?
If signing up from 22nd June, a late fee of $30 per child will be added.
If you are in need of a subsidy, or would like to pay on a payment plan, please refer to the subsidy page to fill out an application.
Additionally, if your child is in year 6 or above, and has never been on a youth movement camp before, you qualify to receive $200 towards camp fees thanks to the generosity of The Eva and Les Erdi Humanitarian Charitable Foundation. To apply for this grant follow this link http://bit.ly/2IPKLZz
Are there emergency services near the campsite?
There is a hospital, as well as fire and police stations all located within a 10 minute drive from the campsite.
Will there be any adults on camp?
Yes, Motty and Yisca Goodman are our amazing Shlichim and will be joining us for the whole of camp.
Will there be any medics/doctors on camp?
Yes, We have a medic joining us for the whole of camp. In addition, we have a doctor who will be spending Shabbat on camp.
Medic 1: Talia Barsheshet
Doctor: Marc Seifman
Can I get a refund if my child no longer wants to go on camp but I have already paid and signed him up?
It is our policy that we do not offer refunds unless medical reasons have resulted in your child not being able to come on camp at the last moment.
Are the junior chanichim separate to Intermediates and Senior chanichim?
All chanichim are located on the same campsite, however, there are two distinct areas.
All chanichim will be able to see each other on camp.
How will my children be getting to and from camp?
All chanichim are expected to be at Leibler Yavneh College on the 1st of July. Buses are expected to leave at 9:30am and travel to the campsite.
My child is in year 3, how long should I be sending them to camp for?
Most year 3 chanichim go to camp on Monday with many coming home on Thursday. There will be a bus for year 3s leaving on Thursday at 10am from the campsite expected to return to Leibler Yavneh College at around 11:45am. If your child would like to stay for the entirety of camp, that is highly recommended as well, however, we encourage you to speak to your child's Madrichim beforehand.
My child is in year 12, and would like to come up for some of the camp, what do you recommend?
For the best experience of camp, we recommend that your child comes up for the full time. However, we do understand the demands of VCE and therefore there will be a bus for year 12s leaving from Leibler Yavneh College to camp on Thursday at 11:30am, returning Sunday.
Do I need to pay full fees for a child in year 3 or 12?
If your child is not staying the whole time of camp, we do not expect you to pay full fees.
There are part time fees for both year 3 and year 12.
What if my child can only come for some of the camp?
We highly recommend that your child comes up for the full time of camp, as this will ensure the best experience and the most reward. However, if there are special circumstances, we ask you to speak with the Rosh Machane, and they will consider it based on the situation.
For all other questions, please contact:
Rosh Machane (Juniors) - Natan Kessler - firstname.lastname@example.org 0400 767 117
Rosh Machane (Intermediates and Seniors) - Ellie Moskow - email@example.com - 0466 097 511
Shlichim - Motti and Yiscah Goodman - firstname.lastname@example.org - 0435 752 266