SINCE 1968

ADVENTURE|LOHAS|OUTING

To encourage living in harmony between human and nature

Introduction

YWCA Youth Camp has provided service since 1968, providing day camp, overnight camp and adventure activities. Our camp has been renovated in 2004 and officially launched in January 2009, which now been re-named as the HKYWCA Sydney Leong Holiday Lodge. Until now, we have served 410,965 people, including school, NGOs, church, uniform team, family and corporate companies etc.

The resort incorporates sky gardens, natural lighting, concrete dry walls and other natural design features by the 2009 World Association of Chinese Architects (WACA) and the 2007 Hong Kong Institute of Architects (HKIA) Merit Award.

Acknowledgement

HKYWCA Sydney Leong Holiday Lodge has been granted funding from the Sir-David Trench Fund for Recreation (Main Fund) for 2018-19 to support its purchase of sports/ recreational equipment under Non-Capital Works Projects, such as Cookset, Camp Stoves, Camp Shades, Camp Tents, Children’s Balance Bike, Children’s  Four Wheel Cars, Children Bike Protection Gears and Children Bike Helmets.

Latest Social Distancing Measures Applicable on the lodge

Latest Camp Booking Policy

  1. Since the government further ease coronavirus measures,  8 people room can resume to 8 people accommodation, full camp can now accommodate up to 176 campers from 1 July 2022;maximum number of persons per dining table to 10 from eight from 6 October 2022.
  2. The minimum camp and catering booking order is 4 campers, application less than 20 campers booking will be proceeded within 2 months prior to camping period.

 

Covid prevention measures for campers

  1. According to Cap. 599L Prevention and Control of Disease (Vaccine Pass) Regulation, Vaccine pass to be extended to kids aged 5-11, all campers should follow the Dosage Schedule for Vaccine Pass before entering the lodge.
  2. According to Cap. 599F Prevention and Control of Disease (Requirements and Directions) (Business and Premises) Regulation, all campers should scan“LeaveHomeSafe”QR code before entering our lodge.
  3. From 28 August 2022, all campers entering catering premises to participate should undergo a rapid antigen test (RAT) for coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) conducted within the preceding 24 hours and present the negative result. The relevant camper shall mark on the RAT testing kit his/her name as well as the date and time of taking the test. He/she shall take a photo of the testing kit and save it in his/her mobile phone for checking by our staffs before entering the premises, and for inspection by authorised officers upon request. If the customer possesses a SMS notification containing the result of a PCR test, the result of which is negative, and the SMS was issued within the 48 hours preceding his/her entry into the catering premises, then he/she would be taken to have complied with the requirements pertaining to undergoing the RAT. For anti-epidemic consideration, campers shall not present his/her physical RAT testing kit and shall not conduct any RAT testing at any public areas inside/outside the premises concerned.
  4. Campers with  Red and Amber “LeaveHomeSafe”Codes are not allowed to entering the lodge.
  5. Campers should keep social distancing, monitoring body temperature and wear mask at any time except when consuming food.
  6. Campers should bring their own water bottles. In order to keep the nozzle free from contamination with respiratory secretions and germs, water bottles should not come into contact with nozzle of the water dispenser.

Covid prevention measures for lodge

  1. All public areas of the lodge such as water dispenser, handrails, door handles, water taps will be disinfected by 1:99 diluted household bleach in every 2 hours.
  2. All activities equipment will be disinfected before usage.
  3. All staffs will be required to wear mask and follow the Dosage Schedule for Vaccine Pass.
  4. All staffs will be required to undergo a RAT once every three days before entry into the lodge.

Campers should follow the above prevention measures. If the information above is inconsistent with that released by the Government, the latter shall prevail.