EORA Campus offers quality camp style accommodation and dining in a culturally and historically rich space.

It features dorm-style lodging with 110 beds across 24 rooms containing 3-6 beds, some in the form of bunk beds. All rooms are individually coded for security purposes and have their own ensuite. The rooms are spread across five separate, secure pods each with their own breakout areas and common rooms.

A main activity room in the central pod is complete with TV’s and lounges. The Campus also boasts a beautifully designed court-yard with a traditional fire pit and BBQ area. The modern Campus has wheelchair access and a state-of-the-art security system.


Dining Hall

EORA Conference boasts a full-sized dining room to cater for formal and informal dinner functions. The dining space can be adjusted to create one large spacious room or divided into two smaller rooms for more intimate gatherings.

Conference Space

In addition to the exceptional services provided at EORA Campus the NCIE also offers state of the art conferencing facilities with an Indigenous flavour.

Our contemporary conferencing facilities are set in a picturesque heritage building with high cathedral ceilings and organic natural light. The conference room can seat up to 120 people in a variety of arrangements and can cater for up to 140 people for a cocktail reception. The room is fitted with a microphone, lectern, teleconferencing facilities, whiteboard, and plasma screens. For an additional charge, a data projector and drop-down screen are available for hire.

Fitness Centre

During their stay,  camp groups have access to the EORA Fitness Centre.

The world class Eora Fitness Centre offers state of the art health and fitness facilities, featuring fully equipped cardio and weights rooms, a dance and group fitness studio, indoor and outdoor courts, sports field and a 25m indoor heated pool. Campers can use all facilities as a casual member.