This year Training Camp will be held from the 4th of October to the 7th at Kioloa Coastal Campus on on Murramurang land of the Yuin Nation; situated roughly 2.5 hours east of Canberra and 30 minutes north-east of so-called Batemans Bay, on the coast of New South Wales. Starts around dinner time on Friday October 4th!

Organised annually by the Australian Student Environment Network (ASEN), training camp is a space within which we can build capacity, community and alternatives towards an environmentally and socially just world.

-What happens at TC-
Training camp is an activist skillshare which brings people together to network around shared interests and discuss issues that affect all of us. It includes a series of workshops where we will share knowledge, skills and build important connections, and it also leaves plenty of free time for playing, discussing, makin’ music and having fun friendo times! It aims to create a space safer than those we find elsewhere, with the values of freedom of expression, respect and inclusion. It’s not just for experienced activists, students, young people or ASEN members. If you are working towards an environmentally and socially just world, this is for you!

We’re still making the program for this year’s camp but be prepared for lots of great workshops, discussions and hangs and for now you can refer to a sample program for the last TC:

For tickets you can either pay at camp or register via this link –

Facebook event page here –

Photos from 2018 Training Camp