With the Australian Cricket Summer and the Big Bash fast approaching, Cricket Camps Australia is an awesome place to hone your cricket skills. All our venues have access to indoor facilities in case of extreme weather conditions.
Whilst taking part in our Cricket sports camps children will learn all the technical aspects of batting and bowling along with all the latest skills and drills. We always finish the day with a T20 match to give all children the opportunity to showcase their skills in match conditions.
All Cricket camp coaches are currently playing or coaching Cricket and all have a minimum of level 1 coaching accreditation. Children are placed in groups according to age, skill level and also friendship groups.
We encourage children to bring their own equipment but if you don’t have any no need to stress you can come along and borrow our gear.
Cricket Camps take place in the term 3 and term 4 school holidays.
What You Need
Children should wear appropriate sporting apparel for the sport they are participating in. For example in the summer months shorts, t-shirt, runners and hat would be suitable. Children are encouraged to wear their favorite team jumpers or t-shirts as well.
We supply all equipment but also understand some children have their own and are more comfortable wearing it. Please have your name on all gear to avoid confusion at the camps.
Community Sports Camps provides morning and afternoon tea which consists of fruit and lollies throughout the two days. We also have water accessible throughout the camp for children to stay hydrated. It’s important for children to bring their own lunch and a water bottle.
“We were not sure whether William would want to stay for two days because he hadn’t played cricket before.
He loved it so much that he convinced us to buy him a bat and ball and now is confident to play with his older cousins. Couldn’t recommend it more highly.”