Welcome to Attunga

Attunga is a Christian campsite, located on 300 high country acres at Canyonleigh in the beautiful southern highlands of NSW, Australia.

Much of our site is natural bush land with spectacular views, cliffs, valleys and lots of native wildlife.

“Attunga” is an aboriginal word that means ‘High Place’, which so aptly describes Attunga’s location, situated on the edge of an escarpment high above the Wingecarribee and Wollondilly rivers, near the summit of Mt Penang in the Bangadilly National Park.

We have been operating as a Christian camp and conference centre in our present location at Canyonleigh NSW for over almost 30 years, and the site was first opened and dedicated to the glory of God in 1982.

Attunga has no denominational ties but we enjoy partnering with and serving biblically-based, evangelical churches and para-church ministries and well as the many schools, community, corporate and family groups that stay with us regularly. We are always seeking to partner with other like-minded organisations and use the facility creatively to help expand their ministries.

Attunga Camps and Conferences Inc. is a not for profit Christian outreach. More about our faith & values  

Memberships & Accreditations

Christian Venues Association

Representing more than 230 venues in the most beautiful places in Australia. With more than 23,000 beds, serving over 1,500,000 guests annually. The Association consists of Christian Conference, Camp, Retreat and Outdoor Activity Providers, supported by over 500 individuals sharing their resources to provide a variety of venues, facilities and services to Educational, Community and Church guest groups in all parts of Australia

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Horse Safety Australia

In 1992 the Association for Horsemanship, Safety and Education in Australia (Incorporated in 1997) was formed to foster higher standards of safety within the horse industry, particularly relating to teaching horseriding to groups of beginners. Horse Safety Australia has accredited more than 900 instructors in Queensland, NSW, Victoria, Tasmania, WA and SA. In 2006 AHSE changed its name to Horse Safety Australia.

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Australian Camps Association

Since 1983, the ACA has been helping the Australian Community to engage with the outdoors and experience the benefits of camps and adventure activities. The ACA is recognised as a national body for residential camps and outdoor activity providers in Australia. We believe that through participating in the temporary community we call ‘camp’, youth and adult citizens of Australia will enhance their lives individually & collectively.

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