Sports, Parks and Recreation
The overarching philosophy of PCYC’s Indigenous Programs is to provide a coordinated social development platform in partnership with internal and external partners that create opportunities for Indigenous youth and their families to actively participate in meaningful activities that support healthy lifestyles. For more information, please visit the Indigenous Programs page on the PCYC website.
There are camping and rest areas located across the Mapoon Shire region where overnight camping is allowed. Camping and overnight stays are only allowed in approved locations.
Penalties apply for illegal camping.
Camping is not permitted on public land, parks and foreshores. This includes camping in a tent, in a vehicle or on the ground.
To obtain a permit or more information, call Mapoon Aboriginal Shire Council Accommodation Manager Wayne Wolski on 0459 632 626 or email email@example.com
For more information refer to the Department of National Parks, Sport and Racing website
Mapoon Aboriginal Shire Council’s sport and recreation spaces allows residents and visitors to participate in healthy, active lifetsyles. Council maintain sporting fields, courts and clubhouses to meet the needs of our diverse community.
It is important that council plans to meet current and future sport and recreation needs. Council must also ensure these resources are well managed and protected for future generations.
Fee: From only $80.00(Incl GST) per room, per night.
Payment policy: A valid credit card must be submitted when making all bookings. No payment will be taken at the time of booking but this credit card will be held as a guarantee against the booking. Payment for your accommodation will be charged to your credit card on arrival.
Cancellation policy: All cancellations we receive less than 48 hours will incur a cancellation fee of one night’s stay. 48 Hours from 10 am on your day of arrival.
Rooms: Single or Double beds; Airconditioned, Linen provided.
Other facilities: Communal Kitchen, Laundry & Verandah/BBQ area.
Prepare your home:
- Ask your local council if your home is built to cyclone standards.
- Are you adequately insured? Make sure it covers you for storm surge, flooding and cyclone damage, including clean-up and debris removal.
- Check your roof and repair any loose tiles, eaves or roof screws.
- Ensure windows are fitted with shutters or metal screens.
- Trim any branches hanging over your house and clear gutters of leaves and debris.
- Make sure your household is familiar with the Standard Emergency Warning Signal (SEWS), which is generally broadcast when a cyclone is 12 hours or less away.
- Decide how you will look after your pets and what you will do if you have to leave them behind.
If you shelter at home:
- Turn off all electricity, gas and water; unplug all appliances.
- Keep your emergency kit close at hand.
- Bring your family into the strongest part of the house.
- Keep listening to the radio for cyclone updates.
- If the building begins to break up, shelter under a strong table, bench or heavy mattress.
- Beware the calm eye of the cyclone: stay inside until told it is safe to go outside.
- Comfort children.