Redlands Performing Arts Centre (RPAC)
Redland Performing Arts Centre
2/16 Middle St,
Redlands Performing Arts Centre (RPAC) first opened in 2008 and has since been added on and refurbished to become is Redland City's premier venue for live performances and cultural events. For the duration of the camp we will have full access of the first class facilities however, we ask that you be mindful of the safety of others and use the facilities available to you wisely throughout the camp. 
The Auditorium is a large all which may be used as general gathering place and hang out space in students spare time. There is a raised stage at the front where the designated teacher will instruct while the students are on the floor. With the ability to comfortably fit at least 170 people seated; there will be plenty of room to dance and move.
The Concert Hall is where our main showcase stage and seats up to 550 patrons as well as being wheelchair accessible throughout. The Concert Hall is a world class stage of acoustic excellence primarily designed for small to medium orchestral & fine music.
Some camp classes will be taught in the Auditorium and our main performance night on the sunday will be in the Concert Hall. At other times it will be used as general gathering place and hang out space. 
PGL Kindilan
PGL Kindilan Adventure Camp,
Days Road,
Redland Bay 4165
Just 45 minutes from Brisbane, PGL Kindilan occupies a beautiful, 220 acre bushland site in Redland Bay, zoned a Conservation Area in South East Queensland. A range of options provide accommodation for up to 235, from Kindilan House itself, to our unique roundhouses and lodges.

There is a wide range of exciting adventure activities to keep guests busy, plus plenty of facilities to enjoy.

For the duration of Embrace the Hype we will be staying at the Kindilan Centre.

(Partial view of the floor from the stage)
(View from the stage)


This years Embrace the Hype will travel between quite a few venues and for those who are planning on travelling to and from the event each day/come to individual classes a description and location of each of the venues is shown below.
Stradbroke Island (known as "Minjerribah" to the aboriginal people)
Situated just off Cleveland Point it is Stradbroke Island (colloquially known as "Straddie") is just a boat ride away. We will be beginning our camp with a day tour on Straddie lead by Uncle Norm Enoch an Elder and leader of the Minjerribah Moorgumpin Elders In Council. He will begin by taking us to "Terra Bulla Leumeah" an old preservation where aboriginal people were kept seperate from the Europeans. He will speak about the history of the island as well as the history of the Redlands as we go on a journey through the site finishing with a lesson on spear throwing and more talks on aboriginal culture.
We will then go to the Dunwich Hall where we will be holding our classes for the day. These classes will be discounted for the residents of Stradbroke and we will be inviting two participants to come back with us to Kindilan to take part in the reminder of the camp for free!
Finishing the day with some beach time, relaxing vibes and FOOD! It is sure to be a great day