M&M Kids Camp 2019

Camper registrations are open! Click here to RSVP >
Leader applications have closed for 2019.


Saturday 6th July, 10am – Monday 8th July, 10am

Mylor Adventure Camp
32 Wingrove Rd, Mylor SA 5153

M&M Kids Camp, the state Baptist camp for children in Year 3-7 at Mylor Adventure Camp from 6th-8th July, is a unique opportunity for campers to make new friends, grow in their faith, experience Christian community beyond their own church, have a taste of the culture of Indigenous Australia and hear God’s heart for people of the world.


Early Bird: $165 (siblings $160)
Standard: $175 (siblings $170)

Registrations open now and close 12th June. Register by 30th April to secure Early Bird discount.

Camper registrations are open! Click here to RSVP>

Craft Options

On camp there will be 2 sessions for craft totalling 2 hours. You’ll be able to select which crafts you participate in during your registration. Check out the crafts on offer:


Camper registrations are open! Click here to RSVP>

Further details are available by contacting the camp team at mmcamp@sabaptist.asn.au.


Friday 5th July, 3pm – Monday 8th July, 12 midday
Senior Leaders: $165, 18 years and over
Junior Leaders: $165, Years 9-12

Leader Applications

Leader applications have closed for 2019.
Because we want the most appropriate team of leaders for the camp, it is possible not all applicants will be successful. When an applicant is successful, they will be provided with the opportunity to register after the closing date for applications.


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Find out what happened at M&M Camp 2018

Missions and Me (M&M) Camp Executive took a big risk this year with some very specific goals in mind. We held our breath and shifted M&M Camp from the traditional June long weekend, to the July school holidays. It was a risk worth taking.

As a result, we gained a strong excited team of leaders that brought a new level of maturity, skills and integrity to the camp. About half of the 43 leaders who volunteered their weekend were new, and we were grateful to local churches that supported the camp by releasing leaders of such quality to be involved with the 87 campers.

We also changed our timetable quite a bit to fit with the campsite and although it was another risk, we saw a lot of positive outcomes and our team really pulling together to make the adjustments.

We were blessed to have Rachel and Andy Stevens and David and Susie Haydon to help us with understanding God’s heart, the culture and their experiences of Malawi. They took part in sharing stories, along with other leaders, of their walk with God and the changes He brought to their lives when they encountered Him face to face.

Our Malawian meal on Sunday night was very special as we prayed for the people of Malawi and three families going on mission. It was exciting to see campers serious about their faith and responding to the opportunity to have leaders pray with them during that time.

The executive team would like to thank everyone who contributed to camp this year in helping us provide a fun, safe environment where campers could encounter God. We look forward to next year with great anticipation – save the date for 5-8th July 2019!