YMCAs - the Eastern Suburbs

the Sydney Region, New South Wales (NSW)

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    We’re kitted up to host birthday parties that won’t be forgotten. Theme your celebrations with a particular sport or tell us what you’re after and we’ll help make it happen! We offer various party options such as; Gymnastics, Rock climbing, Jumping castle and Sports & games Gymnastics Our qualified gymnastics coaches will guide your children as they jump on trampolines, swing on bars and land in our giant foam pit! Rock Climbing Rock climbing helps build strength, flexibility and ... Read more balance - and it's also challenging. Suitable for all ages and abilities Sports and Games Soccer, football, netball or hockey! Let us know what your child likes to play and we'll organise the rest. Great for kids who like to be active Jumping Castle Bankstown city YMCA now has a large Looney Tunes Jumping castle! If you are looking to hire an indoor room with access to a fantastic Jumping Castle, this is the party for you. Catering Please note: we do not provide catering, but provide ...

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    Community YMCA
    Overall score: 3.67 out of 5

    Awesome

    11-09-2014

    My son just loves camp. The staff are wonderful and very supportive. The giant swing is his favourite. He wants to work there when he grows up.

    Our kids love it!

    09-09-2014

    Our kids have gone to Camp Yarramundi every holidays for the past 4 years. They love it. They love the staff and the food. But it is a camp, they do outdoorsy things and they get dirty - it's not a five star hotel. We love that they come home each time with new experiences and new friends, and a new sense of independence. Staff are always helpful and happy to chat during the camp to let us know how the kids are going.

    A terrible experience

    15-07-2013

    My son and his friend went to the Yarramundi school holiday camp in July 2013. They both came back quite traumatised by the experience. The kids were forced to undertake activities that they did not want to do despite the literature saying the campers could choose the activities they wanted to participate in. They had to do "Boot Camp" activities and were then penalised because some people in the group played up. There was no hot water and they had to have cold showers in the middle of winter and were housed with several children that they thought appeared to have some social problems. They thought the food was poor with some dishes such as a manufactured chicken dish and powdered egg for breakfast. The cost was expensive for what they received. We sent our son to the camp expecting him to have a pleasant five days but it was far from that. Highly not recommended.

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