RIOT YOUTH CAMP 20192019-03-11T09:21:31+00:00



Andy Harrison isn’t your typical communicator. He’s a preacher that has a way of bringing the bible to life. Andy’s greatest desire is to change the way you think of yourself as a young person. He has a heart to see teenagers attempt great things for God while they’re still young. Andy will leave you inspired to change your world!


This man is no guest, he is our very own senior pastor – James Macpherson. We all love J.Mac’s preaching; his sharp wit, biblical insight, daring faith and desire to see young people rise and be a part of the answer in their generation. We know he has saved his best for RIOT – so bring a notepad!


Youth camp was empowering and life changing! It opened my eyes to so much more that God had in store for myself and those around me, and how much work he is able to do though all of us.

Zac Watts - Year 12

Youth camp had me coming home with a full heart. Setting aside a few days, to get great people around you, spend time in God’s presence and hear His voice, places a stake in the ground. It’s pinnacle point in my life that is surrounded by God’s goodness and faithfulness because it remains as a landmark in my walk with Jesus.

Elisa Spicer - Year 11

Youth camp for me was powerful! It was incredible because of how many people came together. It was that atmosphere of faith which really helped me grow further in my relationship with God.

Tom Lyle - Year 12

Youth camp is just a big family! My favourite thing is experiencing God alongside people. Being able to do life with a group of people that care was my highlight.

Kirra Delaney - Year 11


What is Riot Youth Camp? 
It is a camp held for teenagers and comprises of incredible sessions with live music, great speakers and plenty of opportunity to catch up with friends and meet new people. Most of all, it’s a time for people to encounter God.

What does the registration include? 
The registration cost covers the camp ticket, transport, accommodation and food.

What does my son/daughter need to bring? 
Bring all the essentials; clothing, toiletries, warm jacket, swim ware, snacks, tribal wars gear (tribe colour or old clothes), a notepad and bible. Also bring a tent (unless you have bought a cabin registration).

Where is the camp venue? 
North: Quinola Lakes Campin (83 Andrickson Rd, Malanda)
South: SU Camp Cooroibah (761 McKinnon Dr, Cooroibah)

How is everyone travelling to camp? 
People will be transported by buses.

How many adult leaders are there? 
We have a ratio of 1:7 for adult leaders.

What other safety measures do you have? 
We have our own security teams and first-aid officers to insure the safety of our young people.

What is the accommodation? 
The accommodation is onsite at the camp locations in the form of cabins and tents (depending on what registration you purchase)

If I have more questions, who can I contact?
Please contact us via email at youth@calvarycc.global and one of our Youth Pastors will be in touch.