PACKING LIST

WHAT DO I NEED TO TAKE ON FED19?

  • 11 sets of socks and undies

  • Plenty of T-shirts

  • A couple of pairs of shorts

  • A few pairs of pants

  • A couple of warm jumpers

  • Toiletries 

  • Towel

  • Hat

  • Flip Flops/Thongs (for showering)

  • Sunscreen

  • Water Bottle (make sure your bottle is a litre or more for the hike)

  • Pyjamas

  • A Habo Chultzah

  • Sleeping Bag and Pillow

  • Comfortable shoes (closed toe)

  • Torch

  • Multiple Clothes to get dirty in

  • A backpack for hiking

  • Bathers/Swimmers

  • Regular medications


 

WHAT SHOULDN'T I TAKE?

  • iPads, iPods and other unnecessary technology. We cannot take any responsibility for these items.

  • Cameras: We cannot take responsibility for these items, and we will have a photographer on camp!

  • Singlets (The sun is way too strong to be messing around)

  • Food containing meat (including fish or gelatin)

  • Food containing nuts (may contain traces is OK but manufactured on the same equipment is not)

  • Mobile Phones: there will be no place to charge your phones, and a phone will be available and attended 24 hours a day. There is a no mobile phone policy on Fed 19, and no reception at the camp site.

  • Expensive items

  • Energy drinks

  • Non-prescription medication (If medication is required, we have a medic on the campsite at all times who will be able to provide)

 

DEFINITELY DO NOT BRING:

Please note: in order to maintain a safe and healthy environment for all chanichim on camp, Habonim Dror will confiscate the following items if found on camp. We will contact parents to organise travel arrangements and chanichim will be sent home if found in possession. No reimbursement will be provided:

  • Alcohol

  • Drugs

  • Cigarettes

  • Other Illicit substances

  • Explosives

  • Any kind of weapon, including pocket knives

  • Nuts

 

Aleh Vehagshem - עלה והגשם

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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