Please consult [AJT] before making any changes to this page.

Some information on this page (such as staff rosters) may be subject to change. Any significant changes will be announced to all current attendees prior to and at camp.

For past camp information, see here: Historical Information and Planning

UCC Camp is best camp.

What is Camp?

Let's put a whole heap of computer nerds in one place for a weekend and see what happens! We'll make sure there's non-sucky internet, food, accomodation, and the rest is up to the people attending. LANning will definitely happen, but there will also be some people there who are doing hardware/software hacking and coding. Besides that, it's just a great chance to meet some like-minded people and network.

This is an 18+ event. Drink responsibly. Don't drink and drive.

Consent forms can be found here


UCC Camp has a long history of activities which are run from year to year. Of course attendees are welcome to play their own games locally at any time, however online multiplayer games may not be permitted due to the restricted internet quota available. A list of potential activities that will conducted at camp follow, a purpose-built event programme has been made but will be influenced by what people want to play at camp.

  • General Lanning
    • Minecraft
    • DOTA0
    • Halo 3
    • Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
    • Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory
    • The Ship
    • Civilisation VI
    • Warcraft 3 Mods
    • Fighting Games
    • Chivalry
    • Battlefield 1
    • Artemis
    • osu!
  • Super Smash Bros
  • Jackbox Games!
  • Other console games
  • Marshmallows around the fire

If you don't currently have the following games, then it might be an idea to get your hands on them if you would like to play them (Feel free to add to this list!):

  • Minecraft
  • Counter Strike: Global Offensive

In addition, the following activities will be provided:

  • Rockband
  • HTC Vive
  • Board games


The camp will run for four days and three nights from Friday, 21st July to Monday, 24th July
Attendees may arrive from Friday at 3pm.
All attendees will need to depart on Monday by 10am.

Attendees will be expected to make their own way to the venue, if you are unable to make it yourself, many attendees will carpool to the event. In the event that an attendee must leave the camp on medical or security grounds, a sober camp leader will provide transport as required.


Camp Leschenaultia has been the successful host of UCC Camp for the past four years and will continue to be in 2017.

Camp Leschenaultia
400 Leschenaultia Place, Chidlow
Site Plan

Tickets and Pricing

The 2017 Camp has the following ticket prices:

  • $90 for a UCC student member (all universities)
  • $110 for UCC non-student members

Members who sign up for the first time after the 20th June must seek approval from a camp organiser to purchase a ticket.

All attendees must complete an attendee form with a copy of photographic identification before they are provided with a ticket by Monday, 17th July.
Forms should be sent to [email protected]
All payments must be received by Wednesday, 19th July, unless camp organisers grant an exception.

Payment must then be sent through to the club either through dispense or EFT.
UCC's EFT details are:

  • Bank: Westpac Bank
  • Account Name: The University Computer Club
  • Account Number: 285739
  • BSB: 036054
  • Description: [Name] Camp

Attendees will receive a confirmation email once an attendee form AND payment have been received.

Camp Scholarships

UCC Oldguard (read: Alumni) have a long history of providing camp scholarships for first-time attendees, these are usually are by application but are definitely a great way to attend if you don't have the money.

List of scholarships available in 2015, 2016. 2017 scholarships to be confirmed:

Details of these are provided in their own links.

A draft menu for the camp is available below. All meals are provided throughout the weekend but please fill free to bring snacks or other drinks!

Attendees with dietary requirements not met by the menu can contact the camp organisers at [email protected] to organise alternative arrangements which may include alternative food options or a discount on ticket price for attendee to provide own food.

Day 1 (Friday, 21nd July) Guests arrive around 15:00

Dinner (ready from 19:00 – 20:00) - Butter chicken with veg - Steamed rice

Day 2 (Saturday, 22rd July) Breakfast (wakeup call and ready from 08:00 to 09:00) - Cooked Bacon and Eggs - Various Cereals available - Bread available for toasting - Spreads available

Lunch (ready from 13:00 to 14:00) - Special fried rice w prawn crackers

Dinner (ready from 19:00 to 20:00) - Penne with Bolognese - Toss Salad with dressing (Pesto as Vegetarian option)

Day 3 (Sunday, 23th July) Breakfast (wakeup call and ready from 08:00 to 09:00) - Cooked Bacon and Eggs - Various Cereals available - Bread available for toasting - Spreads available

Lunch (ready from 13:00 to 14:00) - Nachos / Tacos meat and salads

Dinner (ready from 19:00 to 20:00) - Japanese Curry with rice

Day 4 (Monday, 24th July) Breakfast (wakeup call and ready from 08:00 to 08:30) - Various Cereals available - Bread available for toasting - Spreads available - Self serve breakfast available before cleanup

Drinks Available to all at any time

  • - Water (including a supply of bottled water) - Apple Juice (limited) - Orange Juice (limited) - Tea bags - Instant coffee

What to Bring

Last years' packing list for those interested: HowToCamp.

  • Sleeping bag & pillow (dormitories do not provide bedclothes)

  • Computer (with ethernet port)
  • Non-surge-protected power board and any power cables you may need
  • Monitor, keyboard, mouse and mousepad
  • Headphones with cable slack
  • Earplugs if you're a light sleeper
  • Snacks (main meals provided)
  • Drinks (tea, coffee and water will be provided)
  • Warm Clothes and Shoes
  • Towel
  • Toiletries, including deodorant
  • Any medication that you require
  • A blanket to snuggle in at your computer
  • Floor heater if you have one!

It can get quite cold at camp so please ensure that you provide plenty of clothes to rug up in, there will be a fire outside and perhaps some warmth in the dorms but come prepared!

Please note that internet at the camp will be limited, so please get any downloading done at home, and disable any high-bandwidth applications before arriving.

Attendees are allowed to bring alcohol to this camp. Any alcohol brought to the camp must be surrendered to RSA Staff on arrival. Bags and eskies may be searched. Alcohol will only be served during drinking hours by certified RSA Staff at their discretion. Please factor in mixers when determining what alcohol you would like to bring to the camp. Alcohol will be limited to light alcohol (e.g. beer, cider) before dinner.

Consumption of strong caffeinated beverages may be monitored by RSA staff under alochol policies if potential excessive consumption is suspected.


All staff will be briefed on emergency procedures for the camp, and attendees are encouraged to approach any of these camp leaders if they require assistance.

Event Manager, RSA
Oscar Hermoso
cheese852 AT ucc DOT asn DOT au

Event 2IC & FAO
Arend Pramoko
socvp AT ucc DOT asn DOT au

Roland Kerr
edvp AT ucc DOT asn DOT au

Robert Hortin
cheeseynugnugs AT ucc DOT asn DOT au

Cameron Locke
cam AT ucc DOT asn DOT au

Alex Thatcher
treasurer AT ucc DOT asn DOT au

Camp Leader
Chris Forbes
president AT ucc DOT asn DOT au

Camp Internet Connection

More information on the Camp Internet connection/Network is available.

No wireless network will be provided, be sure to bring a computer with an ethernet port.