Established in 2013 and located on the WA wheatbelt, approximately 283 km south east of Perth, Camp Kulin is quickly gaining national and international recognition for its innovative program.
The Camp Kulin program list includes activities for children living in the wheatbelt; general camps are open to any child in WA while scholarship camps are for children affected by childhood trauma.  While at camp, campers and camp counsellors learn essential life skills, such as leadership, respect, trust, self-confidence, perseverance, persistence, respect, anger management and communication skills.
Parents, teachers and case workers have reported increased self-esteem, self-confidence and respect, better behaviour and increased school marks in children who have attended Camp Kulin.
In 2017 the Rotary Club of Osborne Park sponsored three children to attend this camp. One of the children was sponsored by a young person, Clarissa Luk, a year 11 student at Perth College.  She was nominated for the National Youth Science Foundation. Clarissa raised money through baking cakes and cookies and selling them at her school
The Club paid $1,050 to sponsor 3 of the 120 kids at this scholarship camp for children affected by childhood trauma in January 2017.  This is the second year that we have supported this group of young people for this very worthwhile program to improve the wellbeing of young children and full fill our objective of “Service above Self”