OUTDOOR education specialists at Camp Kokoda are hosting a fun-filled open day at Maroon Dam next month.
Spokeswoman Bec Hudson said the Camp Kokoda staff would be volunteering their time to provide a variety of activities, with all proceeds from ticket sales to go towards Scenic Rim drought relief.
"Activities will include high ropes, flying fox, archery, abseiling and canoeing, most of them for children aged seven and older," Ms Hudson said.
"Entry costs $15 for a program that ordinarily would cost roughly $150 per person, so it is good value for money.
"There will be local market stalls, live music and Australian Bush Buddies will be there from 10am till 12pm."
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Ms Hudson said the Fruit Delight Ice Cream van would be at the open day and the Camp Kokoda kids would be cooking sausages and burgers on the barbecue.
"Jules Yummies will also be there," she said.
"It should be a fun day."
Ms Hudson said there was no need to register, just turn up on the day and help raise funds for local drought relief.
The open day runs from 10am to 3pm on Saturday, November 2.