Challenges, rewards, personal growth, curriculum links, leadership development, and adventure – some of the tailored student group outcomes at Holmesglen at Eildon.

We offer a series of programs and activities that immerse students in a beautiful country environment while they take part in safe, adventurous and most importantly fun outdoor recreation activities. Segways, bike riding, archery, and horse-riding are just a few.

Talk to our team for program ideas for your group.

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There are definitely no bunk beds or queuing for the bathroom at Holmesglen at Eildon. All of the student accommodation is modern, spacious and designed to take student cohabitation to a more comfortable level.

Quad rooms feature four single beds that are separated discreetly for privacy all with full linen and towels. Each quad room has its own bathroom with separate toilet, shower and vanity facilities.

All rooms have heating and ceiling fans plus a central table and chairs.

Teachers, where possible, are accommodated in our beautifully appointed Corporate Rooms either on a twin share or single basis.  

One teacher stays free for every 15 students; for example a group of 40 students will include 2 staff free of charge.

Our rates include all meals, freshly prepared daily by our chefs using local season produce. There is no option for self catering at our facility for student groups.

For more information please see our student packages attached or give our reservations team a call.



“Thank you all so much for a fabulously successful student camp at your beautiful location.

The food was scrumptious and very authentic Australian, which was lovely for the international students to experience. The activities were very well organised, combined fun with team work, and problem solving with lots of laughter. H@E offers a unique experience and you are all to be commended by the caring and patient way you managed this group.”

Lawrence Altamura, Head of Department – Graduate and Degree Programs, Holmesglen Institute