What

 

Fed Camp is Habonim Dror's annual senior summer camp, for chanichim between years 9 and 11. All Habonim Dror members from around Australia come together just outside of Melbourne for an 11- day camp, centred around experiential Jewish learning.

 

Fed Camp is a great opportunity to connect with other Jewish youth Australia-wide, explore your Jewish and cultural identity, to learn and be challenged in a unique way, make new friends and generally have an unforgettable 11 days.

 

Fed Camp is the pinnacle of the Habonim Dror calendar for hundreds of Australian Jewish youth. So sign up, start packing your bags, book your flights and get excited because this camp is sure to be the highlight of your summer holidays!


Year 12s: We simultaneously run a seminar for our year 12 chanichim who are embarking on our Shnat Hachshara program in Israel. 

 

When

FED20 will be running from 12th - 22nd of January 2020 for years 9 -11 participants.

Travel information is below in the other information section and included in the sign up form.

Contact

 

For any questions or concerns, arranging alternate travel plans, arriving late or leaving early

please feel free to contact:

 

For chanichim from Perth and Sydney

Janae Kretzmer

Tzevet machane (Camp coordinator)

M: 0435 425 268

E: fed@hdoz.com

 

For chanichim from Melbourne and other

Mia Brayer

Tzevet machane (Camp coordinator)

M: 0425 844 446

E: fed@hdoz.com


 

For financial questions including payment plans and subsidies

Nick Gerstel

Federal Gizbar (Treasurer)

M: 0411 478 571

E: gizbar@hdoz.com

 

Cost

The cost of camp includes transport to and from camp (by bus) for Melbourne and Sydney chanichim, but does not include the cost of flights for Perth and other interstate chanichim. 

If you are not coming from Melbourne or Sydney, it is your responsibility to book and pay for travel to Melbourne. Camp prices have been set to compensate for the cost of travel.

Other 

Early Bird: 16th of July - 22nd of September

Normal fee: 22nd of September - 24th of November

Late Fee: 24th of November - 12 of January (Start of Fed camp)

Melbourne Prices

Sydney Prices

Perth Prices

Cost

Other cities around Australia Prices

No one should miss out on Habo camp due to finances.

If you require a subsidy or payment plan, or have any financial concerns, please contact our Gizbar (treasurer) Nick on: 

m: 0411 478 571

OR

e: gizbar@hdoz.com

 

If you are unsure if you are a 2019 Habo member, please feel free to contact your state Gizbar/it (treasurer)

Theo - Melbourne: melbgizbar@hdoz.com

Dylan - Sydney: sydgizbar@hdoz.com

Gil - Perth: perthgizbar@hdoz.com

 

Or sign up here to become a member of Habonim Dror!

Sign Up

 

For legal reasons, we need all parents/guardians to sign our indemnity & release form. 

The form changes often so we require every participant to complete the most recent edition.

 

Please download the indemnity form below, fill it out, scan it and upload to the sign up form. (Please note the forms cannot be signed electronically)

Indemnity form

 

FED20 Promo Video

other information

 

OUR SAFEGUARDING 

CHILDREN POLICY

 

Habonim Dror Australia is an affiliate of the AZYC which abides by accredited Safeguarding Children Policies

Please click here to find out more about safeguarding children

Aleh Vehagshem - עלה והגשם

© 2018 Habonim Dror Australia Ltd. 

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We acknowledge the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People as the First People of Australia and pay our respects to the elders past and present with whom we share this great country

We acknowledge the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People as the First People of Australia and pay our respects to the elders past and present with whom we share this great country

We acknowledge the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People as the First People of Australia and pay our respects to the elders past and present with whom we share this great country

Aleh Vehagshem - עלה והגשם

© 2019 Habonim Dror Australia Limited. 

We acknowledge the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People as the First People of Australia and pay our respects to the elders past and present with whom we share this great country