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Slade Campus, Warwick

Cater Care Australia offers the ideal setting for residential training activities, conferences, functions, school/church groups and sporting camps at Slade Campus, Warwick.

Slade Campus is situated on the outskirts of Warwick overlooking the historic township and the beautiful Condamine Valley, just two hours south west of Brisbane. Warwick is known as the Rose and Rodeo City of Australia. The Central Business District is within strolling distance from the Campus.

Local attractions include equestrian facilities, polocrosse, camp drafting, bike and car racing tracks and the annual rodeo in October. There is also bus access to Leslie Dam for kayaking, skiing, sale-boarding, fishing and rowing.

Slade Campus has two residential dormitories – Roberts and Prince, with accommodation for up to 160 individuals in open units (Prince) or single and twin share facilities (Roberts). In addition, each dormitory has adjoining self contained units for supervisory or organising staff.

Accommodation Options

Hostel Accomodation

Showers, Toilets, Laundry and recreation rooms all included. Open dormitory facility suitable for group bookings, schools, conferences and sporting groups.

Prince House – 12 areas with 7 beds in each area
Roberts House – 4 areas with 17/18 beds in each area

Also 4 double flats and 1×2 Bedroom single flat.


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