Wambana is a purpose built facility to educate adolescent boys for an extended period of time. The primary purpose of Wambana is to foster growth by helping adolescent boys better manage the transition to adulthood through immersion in community, academic, spiritual and outdoor adventures.
Wambana is situated on six acres of coast line bordered by the township of Point Turton and rural farming land, on the Southern Yorke Peninsula, South Australia. Students and staff live in a small village in which residential accommodation and a classroom are clustered around a central meeting facility. The property consists of six accommodation buildings known as ‘Wardli’s’ (aboriginal word meaning ‘dwelling’). Two Wardli’s are dedicated for staff accommodation while four Wardli’s are allocated to students. Currently, Wambana accommodates up to 28 students for a unique four week experience.
During school holidays the Wambana Campus is available for hire with student accommodation buildings sleeping up to 24 adults.
For further information and bookings please contact the Director of Wambana on 0427 790300.
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