Rugby boots, Mouth guards/headgear, runners and towel (in case it’s wet) snacks and lunch, water bottle. Please also apply sunscreen early morning; we will have sunscreen available to all.

Once your booking is processed, you will be emailed a confirmation link with full details on the camp. Confirmation information available for download can also be accessed via your account.

Yes, grouping can be arranged to suit age, ability and friends — just let us know the names of any friends that are attending when booking. And don’t worry if there are no friends attending — new friends will be made at camp!

Normal Rugby training gear is appropriate, including wet weather gear. Mouth guard/head gear if normally worn for rugby.

Lunch and morning breaks involve a short break to eat and hydrate - all supervised by SCRA staff.

Lunch/Nut Free policy: Please note that you will need to bring your own lunch and snacks in a clearly named lunch box or bag (lunch should not consist of any nuts or nut products).


SCRA have qualified First Aid officers at every camp.

Parents are welcome to stay and watch, but there is no need to.

In the event of being unable to attend, a full credit to a future clinic is provided, as long as we are notified of the cancellation. Please make contact as soon as possible if your child is unable to attend the clinic.

Yes, all required SCRA staff have a current Working with Children Check.

Yes, we can provide great coaching for all ability levels — feel free to let us know before the clinic if your child is an advanced player or a real beginner so we can group them accordingly.

The clinic will continue unless severe weather warnings are in place, and if conditions drastically change, we shall contact all Parents as soon as possible of changes. In the event of Parents not able to immediately pick up Participants, SCRA staff will always remain until all Participants are picked up. We will ensure common sense is used before allowing Participants out on field, but light rain will be fine for Rugby clinics.

Please see an example of how the camp day is structured:
Sample day session:
9:00 — Registrations and welcome
9:20 — Warm ups and games
9:40 — Drinks Break
9:50 – Block 1- 3x Rugby drill rotations
10:50 — Morning Tea
11:00 — Attacking Skills Session
12:00 — Lunch Break
12: 20 — Defensive Skills Session
1:20 — Drinks Break
1:30 — Multiple Rugby Based Games
2:55 — Structured warm down and pack up

SCRA aims to provide a welcoming and safe environment at all clinics, where will we foster positive and supportive learning and skill development. SCRA is committed to the safety and wellbeing of all and everyone will be treated with respect and understanding at all time. To ensure that we provide a safe and supportive environment for all the following behaviour will be expected from all participants:

  • Be respectful to all fellow participants treating them as they would like to be treated.
  • Be respectful towards all staff and leaders by following and listening to all instructions
  • Refrain from swearing, hurtful language and aggressive behaviour as this is not tolerated at our programs
  • Be respectful towards other’s personal property and the camp facilities.

For any further Questions not covered here, please contact: ryan.roberts@scra.com.au