Who can join?
Endeavour Club is for High School boys within the wider Auckland area. We have a weekly activity on a Saturday afternoon. Boys 14 years and over enrol in the Duke of Edinburgh Hillary Award while those in high school but younger than 14 also participate and work towards the 'Duke of Glenrowan'.
Endeavour Club has camps every school holiday. Past camps have been a great success, including the Tongariro Crossing, Karangahake Gorge, trekked Shakespeare Regional Park and stayed at Papamoa Beach in a big bach. Our annual summer camp and ski camp are very popular. You can find more information about these two camps below.
Taranaki Camp 25-27 April 2019
Winter Camp 7-10 July 2019 (Mt Ruapehu)
Spring Camp 28-29 September 2019
Summer Camp 27-30 December 2019
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Endeavour Club Duke of Edinburgh Hillary Award 2018
An action-packed internationally-recognised program of sports, service, learning new skills and adventure run during terms 1-4 2018 on Saturday afternoons.
Last week of January
The 4-day summer camp is held in January of each year. For a snapshot of our activities and fun, you can see all the photos on our Facebook page. The summer camp always includes plenty of sport, water games and challenges, exciting night games with plenty of camouflage paint and some talks and formation on the Catholic Faith.
First Term Holidays
We have a wide variety of camps and in the first term holidays. Normally based in the Waikato, the autumn camp is also open to boys from across New Zealand.
Our annual Ski Camp is always a winner. We head down to Mt Ruapehu for two days of skiing or snowboarding on the mountain and stay at the Taylor Memorial Lodge in Pokaka, near National Park.
Experienced, beginners and all sorts of abled people are welcome to come along on what is always an amazing road trip and usually a very mild-weather camp.
Our upcoming camp is on July 7-10. For more details contact Ewen: (09) 377 6805 / 022 410 2400 /
Term 3 Holidays
There's always a plan for October and there's so much of New Zealand to see. The October camp is normally a challenging tramp into the wilderness for a few days. Of course, there are heaps of fun and games and the camp leaves everyone with a great sense of satisfaction.