Anglesea camp it’s in a magnificent environment, the beauty of Anglesea is that we’ve got the beach, we’ve got the bush and we’ve got the river. We’ve got a fantastic supportive community here. As far as the camp goes we can accommodate up to 150, in a variety of configurations. One of the strengths of Anglesea is that we can multi-group, so we can just as well take a large group of 150, as three smaller groups of around 30 or 40. Anglesea is one and a half hours from Melbourne. It’s on the Great Ocean Road. Anglesea is a great destination as there are 7 camps here in Anglesea, and a great number of outside providers so we can add value to our camp programs in terms of surfing and other activities. I think our environment makes it unique. The other thing about Anglesea is that we support reducing our impact on the environment. A lot of thought goes into the ways in which we can reduce our impact. Our organic recycling program – our veggie garden, our chooks, our worms, our pizza oven, our community living activities – where we’re actually taking kids out into the bush, demonstrating to them environmental stewardship and they are removing bone seed, which is a weed of national significance, so fairly important stuff and connects really well with community groups. It’s a fantastic education for everyone who comes here, and there’s about 12,000 people a year who come through here, receives the same talk about the importance of the recycling, the importance of minimizing our impact, so a huge opportunity for education. Kids have an absolute ball. The outcomes for camps are just huge in terms of challenge, leadership, team building, coming together as a community, demonstrating those values of the YMCA: respect, responsibility, caring and honesty.