FED19 is located at a campsite one hour outside of Melbourne. Below is the travel information for chanichim from Melbourne, Sydney, Perth, Adelaide and Byron Bay. 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.


Please Note: You are welcome to arrive in Melbourne earlier than the beginning of camp and stay in Melbourne after the end of camp. In which case you are required to make your own way to Melbourne Habo House on January 10th.


Habo House

1 Sinclair St, Elsternwick


Be at Melbourne Habo House on January 10th at 8.30am.



An bus will be returning to Habo House on January 20th at 3pm.


Habo House

7 St Mary's Ave, Waverly


Be at Sydney Habo House at 9:00pm on January 9th, to take an organised, overnight bus leaving from Sydney Habo House.



An overnight bus will be returning to Sydney Habo House from camp on January 21st arriving at 7.00am.



Please book flights (potentially overnight) that arrive at Melbourne Tullamarine airport before 8:30am on the January 10th.


A bus will be leaving from Melbourne Tullamarine Airport at 9:30am and taking chanichim straight to the campsite. Habonim Dror Madrichim will be waiting outside the terminal in order to meet and greet chanichim. (Look out for the blue shirts and the enthusiasm!)



Please book flights that depart Melbourne Tullamarine after 5:00pm on January 20th.

After camp, buses will drop chanichim at Melbourne Tullamarine airport by 4pm on January 20th.


We may be offering a late bus and a discounted price for Year 10 chanichim that are attending Israel programs over the summer, who will not be in Melbourne by the 10th of January. Please email if this applies to you. Further arrangements will be organised when we have a clearer picture and an indication of numbers.

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