It’s all camping! Make sure you’ve packed the pegs and poles cause your tent will be your home for the week. BYO tent (or caravan). Most sites can reach to get power, bring that extension cord to make things easy!
There are communal kitchens on site available for your use, each housing a fridge and stove. You need to bring your own pots, pans, utensils and cooking skills. There’s also a heap of fantastic food options at great prices available at on-site cafes, both for meals and snacks. A huge hit the past two years, we have bought back The Soul Kitchen Meal Plan where for only $59 you can get your meals catered – please have a read of the Soul Kitchen page and make sure to BYO plate/cutlery. Find out more by clicking here.
In an effort to be a bit more friendly to the earth we recommend a drink bottle that you can refill and don’t be afraid to bring your own plate to the cafes. WE DO NOT SELL BOTTLED WATER. However there are water coolers around the site where you can fill up your bottles/cups.
Whatever the weatherman says, bring warm and waterproof clothes, as well as thongs and sunscreen. We get all seasons at Soul Survivor! Pack extra blankets, the nights can get mighty cold.
If you’re unsure of what to expect: feel very free to drop us a line and we should be able to help you out.
What to Bring (A few suggestions)
- Tent (with all the poles and pegs) or Caravan – some powered sites available (first come first served)
- Rain coat/Warm Jacket
- Sunscreen/Insect Repellent
- Bible, journal and a pen
- Two-minute noodles OR check out the Soul Kitchen Meal Plan
- Camp stove (Some kitchens available on site)
- Bowl, plate, cup
- Knife, fork and spoon
- A few pairs of jocks and socks
- Deodorant (We’re living in close quarters!)
- Other toiletries/towel
- Extra blanket
- Water bottle (No bottled water sold on site)