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22 November 1967, p 17.

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Meeting by the Hawkesbury Police Citizens Boys Club to organise fund raising for the establishment of club activities at Camp McKay at Kurrajong. Initial target for the purchase of equipment was $2,000 and meetings were to be held on the first Monday of each month.

Comments (5)

  • anon

    My Uncle Percy, Constable P. T. Stevens was the instigator of Camp McKay, Kurrajong. When I was at boarding school in Windsor, aroung 1941 or 1942.

    May 18, 2013
  • anon

    had a great time back in the late 50s & 60s
    archery
    movies
    the piggery
    hiking
    and everything else
    I was from north Sydney club
    where I did boxing judo karate
    & kando
    & Saturday dance

    Dec 03, 2016
  • anon

    I used to go to Camp McKay in 1965 onwards from Balmain police boys club...took forever to get there on the old rattling bus..I was under the 10 y.o. age minimum..mustve been an arse of a kid for my parents and the coppers to get me out there.
    Had a ball every time I went there too.

    Mar 23, 2017
  • anon

    My 10 year old son is going on his first school camp tomorrow and it has brought back great memories for me. I looked forward to camp Mckay every fortnight I think it was by memory. I was a member of the Paddington PCYC in the late 70s where I did boxing amongst other things.

    I remember myself and a couple of schoolmates from Bondi Public School enjoying activities like archery, pool, piggery, flying fox, movies etc. I think in that era it was off duty police that would look over us and make sure we didn't get up to mischief as it got quite boisterous in the cabins at night. So many great childhood memories were made by camp Mckay so thank you to all the police that gave their time.

    Is camp McKay still operating today?

    Apr 02, 2017
  • anon

    Unfortunately Camp McKay is no longer operating, it was sold in the 1980s.
    Cathy

    Jul 02, 2017

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