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Acknowledgement of Country

Acknowledgment of Country

Natural settings enrich our programs and retreats, which take part in National Parks and the ancestral lands of Australia's first nations people.


We acknowledge and pay our respects to the Kombumerri people of the Yugambeh language group, the traditional custodians of the land on which PCYC Bornhoffen is built. We recognise their ancestral connection to land, sea and air and their elders, past, present, and emerging. We hope to honour our first nations people through considerate practice and land conservation.

Our Supporters

We're grateful for the community and charitable support that PCYC Bornhoffen receives. What we seek to achieve would not be possible without the following generous support and collaboration. Thank you.

Councillor Glenn Tozer

Gold Coast Division 9 Councillor


Ros Bates MP

State Member for Mudgeeraba

Scott Buchholz MP

Federal Member for Wright

Andelaine, Log Cabin & The Burger Family

Property access for programs

Australian Government

Stronger Communities program - funding towards new sport court

National Parks & SEQ Water

Continued access and local support of programs

Volunteers from PCYC Clubs and community organisations

Volunteer labour for habitat restoration and service projects

Cold Services Australia Pty Ltd

Donation of equipment and services to construct new freezer room

Gambling Community Benefit Fund

Funding to replace floor vinyl in hall and commercial kitchen

Queensland Government - Get Playing Places and Spaces

Funding to construct new high ropes challenge course

Reuben Pelerman Benevolent Foundation

Funding towards new sport court

University of Canberra

Dr James Neill - Research partner

The Yugambeh Museum

Community Partner

Scouts Qld

Access and camping at Hinze Dam

Royal Queensland Yacht Squadron - Canaipa

Access and camping 

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