What is the bedding configuration of each room? 

The majority of our beds are bunk beds, some with a double bed at the bottom. Details of the bedding configuration can be found under the accommodation tab of this website. 


What is the minimum number for a booking? 

There is no minimum number for a booking, however there is a minimum charge for the site per night.  




What is provided in each room?  

Each bed has a pillow and blanket or doona and most rooms contain a chair.  All rooms have a heater. 


What linen do I need to bring?  

If you are not hiring linen, please bring both a top and bottom sheet as well as a pillow slip and bath towel. You may wish to bring a hand towel and a bath mat. We ask all guests to use a top sheet as this saves us having to wash blankets after every stay. 


Is linen hire available? 

In addition to the blanket provided in each room, linen can be hired for a small charge per stay. This includes a fitted sheet, a flat sheet, a pillow slip, and a bath towel. 


Catering and meals 


What meals are normally included? 

We normally cater 3 main meals per day (breakfast, lunch, and dinner) as well as morning tea, afternoon tea and supper. We are happy to negotiate with your group in terms of the first and last main meal for your stay and pricing will be adjusted accordingly.  


Is self-catering possible? 

Self-catering is possible. Please enquire. 


Do you cater for dietary needs?  

We cater for a full range of dietary needs. Specific requests will need to be itemised at the time of confirming numbers and we are happy to discuss any unusual requests. In very rare circumstances, we may need to suggest that a guest bring their own food. 


Are mealtimes flexible? 

If requested at the time of confirming numbers, we are happy to accommodate requests for specific mealtimes to suit your group and planned activities. 




What activities are available onsite at the Conference Centre? 

Several board games are available onsite, and we are looking to expand our range of sporting equipment.  Please enquire at the time of booking to get updated information.   


What activities are available in the local area? 

The Conference Centre is located next door to Scenic World with its skyway and scenic railway. There are also numerous bushwalks within close proximity in the beautiful Blue Mountains National Park. These vary in length and degree of difficulty. Katoomba is also home to a swimming pool, various parks and a wide variety of local shops and cafes. 


Specific events 


How do I book for KCC events like KYCK, KEC, Base Camp and Next Gen? 

These KCC events will all need to be booked through KCC. In some cases, this may involve you staying at the CMS Conference Centre, but KCC will organise this. 


How do I book for CMS camps?  

CMS camps like Milimani, MMM Senior, MMM Central, MMM Junior and Summer School all need to be booked through the main CMS website 


How do I book for Summer School? 

For Summer School registration please book through the Summer School website. 

As our facilities are fully utilised by missionaries and staff during Summer School, we are not currently offering accommodation to the public.  




Where can I find details of pricing? 

There are several factors influencing pricing, including the arrival and departure time of your group, the facilities you wish to utilise, whether your organisation is part of the Anglican Church GST group, etc. Please use our booking enquiry form to request a quote. 


What pricing age brackets apply? 

Pricing brackets apply to catered bookings only. We do not charge for infants under 3 years of age. Our youth rate applies to children aged between 3 and 12 years of age while adult pricing applies to those over 12 years of age. 


First Aid 


What first aid do you provide?  

We ask that each group bring their own first aid kit and have their own first aid officer. As a backup, we do have a basic first aid kit. Excessive use of first aid supplies may incur an additional charge. 


Do you have a defibrillator?  

We have a defibrillator onsite with both adult and child pads. While our staff are first aid trained, we ask that each group have their own first aid officer. 


What should I bring? 

  • Pillow slip 
  • Sheet set (two sheets) or Sleeping bag and bottom sheet 
  • Towel 
  • Hand towel and bath mat (recommended)
  • Clothes for all weather conditions rain, cold, heat 
  • Personal toiletries 
  • Personal medications 
  • Phone charger if you are bringing a phone (there are USB ports available in some rooms). 


What is provided in the bedrooms? 

  • Pillow 
  • Blanket or Doona 
  • Heater 
  • Bed lamps (in some rooms)