Frequently Asked Questions

We have tried to answer most frequently asked questions, hopefully providing more information about Tristar Basketball Camps.

If you have any other questions please send us a message or telephone us.

Also refer to our latest CAMP INFORMATION booklet.

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How do I register my son/daughter?

Simply go to the Camp Registration Page.

If you would prefer to download and send back a printed version please click here.

How much does the camp cost?

– Live-in Boarding House – Single room (incl. all meals) – $410
– Live-in Boarding House – Double room (incl. all meals) – $410
– Live-out (incl. lunch, not dinner) – $290
– Live-out 9 and under (incl. lunch, not dinner) – $270

Options:
– Add Live-out 4 day optional dinner package – $50
– Terminal pick-up/set-down service – $20

Group Discount
Group booking discount for 5 or more, $10 off each camper, must be made in single booking registration.

How do I pay?

When registering online, you have the option to pay by Credit Card, we use Paypal as our processing provider to ensure your security. You can also elect to pay be Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT), details will be provided on the invoice emailed to you should you select this option.

Please note that we require a deposit payment of $75 to be made upon submission of registration, either by Credit Card or EFT. Balance is due on or before 10th January 2019.

Your balance can be paid by credit card by going to www.tristarbasketball.com/payments or by EFT (if paid before 6th January 2019) or by Credit Card or Cash on the day of registration.

What is your cancellation policy?

Cancellation before December 15, 2018 will incur a $50 cancellation fee. Definitely no refunds will be given after this date. Cancellations must be in writing to info@tristarbasketball.com. Any camper who leaves the camp due to illness or injury will be given a pro-rata credit, good for use at future Tristar Basketball camps

Do we need to sign the Release and waiver of liability?

Yes, Parents/Guardians are required to sign this form before their child can participate in the Camp.

What type of supervision is provided at the camps?

Tristar Sports Camp is conducted with a 1:10 staff to camper ratio. All campers are given a detailed induction which outlines that they are not permitted to leave the training courts unless notifying their coach. All coaches are accredited, have the appropriate first aid training and have had individual security checks carried out.

Are parents allowed to stay and watch?

Absolutely!

What happens on the first day?

Following check in, our staff and coaches will direct campers to their accommodation facilities at Westminister so they can unpack. At 12 noon campers and their parents are welcome to attend our free BBQ lunch until 1:00pm.

Following the BBQ, from 1:00pm, all campers will be briefed on the time schedules and rules and regulations for the camp. All campers are required to take part in a group photo which will be taken at some time during this day.

How do we check in on the first day?

On 10th January, you will be required to check in between 10:30am and 12:30pm at Westminister School. When checking in, our team will confirm any medical or other special requirements, provide the camper with a Tristar Camp T-Shirt and show bag. Any outstanding payments will need to be finalised upon check in.

When is the 36ers game and how do I purchase tickets for the 36ers game?

Tickets are valid only for the Adelaide 36ERS vs Illawarra Hawks. Tickets can be purchased on registration day at Westminster School. The price is $10 for adults and children, except for campers who receive a free ticket.

What happens on the final day?

The final camp day is on 14 January. The Award ceremony will be held between 2.00pm and 3.30pm at Westminster’s Sports/Swimming Centre. Awards will be given to each group and include MVP, all star five, championship team, all defensive team, 3on3 champs, hot shooters award. Certificates of participation and group photo will be awarded to each camper. Campers dismissed from Westminster at 3.30pm.

When will the All Star Games be held?

On the 12th January we will be holding All Star Games at Westminster School. The games will run between 6:30pm and 8:30pm. All parents, family and friends are welcome to attend.

What is the Pool/Games Activity night?

On 13th January, we will be holding our famous pool/ Games night. This is a night for all campers, their families and friends. It is held poolside at Westminster School and will start at 6:00pm and finish at approximately 9:00pm. Westminster School will provide qualified lifesavers to ensure that all games and activities in the pool are appropriately supervised throughout the night.

All Live-Out campers need to be collected from Westminster School by 9:00pm or earlier, but must get their name checked off with their coach.

Can we request room mates?

Yes, you can request to be housed with a room mate. Alternatively you will be placed with another camper your same age.

What are the accommodation arrangements like?

Accommodation is provided using the boarding facilities of Westminster School with boys and girls housed separately with 24 hour supervision. There are several different accommodation options. Please refer to our separately headed Information / Accommodation section in this website.

What are drop off and pick up times for Live-Out Campers?

Live-Out campers need to be dropped off at Westminster School every morning by 8:15am as buses leave for the various training venues at 8:45am on each of these days.

Evening training sessions (6:30-8:30pm) are only compulsory for all campers 10 and over. Campers under 10 years of age are encouraged to participate. Live-Out campers who do not participate in these evening sessions will need to be collected at 4:30pm from Westminster School.

All Live-Out campers participating in the evening sessions will need to be collected by 8:30pm. Live-Out campers need to be collected by 9:00pm following our Pool/Games Activity night. On the last day of camp all campers will need to be collected at 3.30pm at the conclusion of the awards ceremony.

Can you provide a pick up service?

Yes, if sufficient notification is given Campers can be collected from a bus, air or rail terminal. A Tristar Camp official will be present at the terminal to ensure camper safety. A $20 fee applies. To arrange this service please contact us with arrival/departure details.

Is the camp a good fit for all levels of player? How will they be broken up?

Tristar Sports Camp welcomes all ability levels. On the first day of camp, campers will be evaluated and then placed into groups according to their age and ability. Experienced and non-experienced campers alike will enjoy and thrive at Tristar Sports Camp.

Will Al Green be at the camp?

Yes, Al will be there for the entire duration of the camp and will provide instruction and demonstration to Campers.

How do I get to Westminster School?

Westminster School is on Alison Avenue, Marion.

What does my child bring to the camp?

All campers are to bring their own sporting clothing, wear sport appropriate shoes, t-shirts and/or singlets, shorts and/or tracksuit pants, and ball, all clearly labelled with their name. Each camper will receive a camp t-shirt which we encourage they wear to assist with camper identification.

Campers should also bring a water bottle, ankle tape, training towels, backpack, sunscreen, mosquito repellent and a hat. Campers will also need to bring appropriate swimwear and a towel if they wish to participate in the pool party on …………… night.

Live-In campers will also need to bring their pillow, linen or other bedding, casual clothes for evening wear and toiletries.

All personal items and money brought to the camp are done so at your own risk. Any lost property will be held in the main office.

Drinks and sports drinks will be available to buy at the camp.

Live-In campers may also have the opportunity to purchase evening snacks/supper whilst at camp.

Does my child need to bring lunch?

No, we will provide all campers whether they are Live-in or Live-out with lunch.

Are meals provided to Live-in Campers?

Yes, Campers enjoy three meals a day. Live Out campers can participate in all dinners if you would like to pay the $50 separate dinner package.

Should I send money with my Child?

Snacks and Drinks are available during the camp, so it would be wise to provide your child with some money.

We have tried to answer most frequently asked questions, hopefully providing more information about Tristar Basketball Camps.

Also refer to our latest CAMP INFORMATION booklet.

How do I register my son/daughter?

Simply go to the Camp Registration Page.

If you would prefer to download and send back a printed version please click here.

How much does the camp cost?

– Live-in Boarding House – Single room (incl. all meals) – $410
– Live-in Boarding House – Double room (incl. all meals) – $410
– Live-out (incl. lunch, not dinner) – $290
– Live-out 9 and under (incl. lunch, not dinner) – $270

Options:
– Add Live-out 4 day optional dinner package – $50
– Terminal pick-up/set-down service – $20

Group Discount
Group booking discount for 5 or more, $10 off each camper, must be made in single booking registration.

How do I pay?

When registering online, you have the option to pay by Credit Card, we use Paypal as our processing provider to ensure your security. You can also elect to pay be Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT), details will be provided on the invoice emailed to you should you select this option.

Please note that we require a deposit payment of $75 to be made upon submission of registration, either by Credit Card or EFT. Balance is due on or before 10th January 2019.

Your balance can be paid by credit card by going to www.tristarbasketball.com/payments or by EFT (if paid before 6th January 2019) or by Credit Card or Cash on the day of registration.

What is your cancellation policy?

Cancellation before December 15, 2018 will incur a $50 cancellation fee. Definitely no refunds will be given after this date. Cancellations must be in writing to info@tristarbasketball.com. Any camper who leaves the camp due to illness or injury will be given a pro-rata credit, good for use at future Tristar Basketball camps

Do we need to sign the Release and waiver of liability?

Yes, Parents/Guardians are required to sign this form before their child can participate in the Camp.

What type of supervision is provided at the camps?

Tristar Sports Camp is conducted with a 1:10 staff to camper ratio. All campers are given a detailed induction which outlines that they are not permitted to leave the training courts unless notifying their coach. All coaches are accredited, have the appropriate first aid training and have had individual security checks carried out.

Are parents allowed to stay and watch?

Absolutely!

What happens on the first day?

Following check in, our staff and coaches will direct campers to their accommodation facilities at Westminister so they can unpack. At 12 noon campers and their parents are welcome to attend our free BBQ lunch until 1:00pm.

Following the BBQ, from 1:00pm, all campers will be briefed on the time schedules and rules and regulations for the camp. All campers are required to take part in a group photo which will be taken at some time during this day.

How do we check in on the first day?

On 15th January, you will be required to check in between 10:30am and 12:30pm at Westminister School. When checking in, our team will confirm any medical or other special requirements, provide the camper with a Tristar Camp T-Shirt and show bag. Any outstanding payments will need to be finalised upon check in.

When is the 36ers game and how do I purchase tickets for the 36ers game?

Tickets are valid only for the Adelaide 36ERS vs Illawarra Hawkes. Tickets can be purchased on registration day at Westminster School. The price is $10 for adults and children, except for campers who receive a free ticket.

What happens on the final day?

The final camp day is on 19 January. The Award ceremony will be held between 2.00pm and 3.30pm at Westminster’s Sports/Swimming Centre. Awards will be given to each group and include MVP, all star five, championship team, all defensive team, 3on3 champs, hot shooters award. Certificates of participation and group photo will be awarded to each camper. Campers dismissed from Westminster at 3.30pm.

When will the All Star Games be held?

On 12th January, we will be holding All Star Games at Westminster School. The games will run between 6:30pm and 8:30pm. All parents, family and friends are welcome to attend.

What is the Pool/Games Activity night?

On the 13th, we will be holding our famous pool/ Games night. This is a night for all campers, their families and friends. It is held poolside at Westminster School and will start at 6:00pm and finish at approximately 9:00pm. Westminster School will provide qualified lifesavers to ensure that all games and activities in the pool are appropriately supervised throughout the night.

All Live-Out campers need to be collected from Westminster School by 9:00pm or earlier, but must get their name checked off with their coach.

Can we request room mates?

Yes, you can request to be housed with a room mate. Alternatively you will be placed with another camper your same age.

What are the accommodation arrangements like?

Accommodation is provided using the boarding facilities of Westminster School with boys and girls housed separately with 24 hour supervision. There are several different accommodation options. Please refer to our separately headed Information / Accommodation section in this website.

What are drop off and pick up times for Live-Out Campers?

Live-Out campers need to be dropped off at Westminster School every morning by 8:15am as buses leave for the various training venues at 8:45am on each of these days.

Evening training sessions (6:30-8:30pm) are only compulsory for all campers 10 and over. Campers under 10 years of age are encouraged to participate. Live-Out campers who do not participate in these evening sessions will need to be collected at 4:30pm from Westminster School.

All Live-Out campers participating in the evening sessions will need to be collected by 8:30pm. Live-Out campers need to be collected by 9:00pm following our Pool/Games Activity night. On the last day of camp all campers will need to be collected at 3.30pm at the conclusion of the awards ceremony.

Can you provide a pick up service?

Yes, if sufficient notification is given Campers can be collected from a bus, air or rail terminal. A Tristar Camp official will be present at the terminal to ensure camper safety. A $20 fee applies. To arrange this service please contact us with arrival/departure details.

Is the camp a good fit for all levels of player? How will they be broken up?

Tristar Sports Camp welcomes all ability levels. On the first day of camp, campers will be evaluated and then placed into groups according to their age and ability. Experienced and non-experienced campers alike will enjoy and thrive at Tristar Sports Camp.

Will Al Green be at the camp?

Yes, Al will be there for the entire duration of the camp and will provide instruction and demonstration to Campers.

How do I get to Westminster School?

Westminster School is on Alison Avenue, Marion.

What does my child bring to the camp?

All campers are to bring their own sporting clothing, wear sport appropriate shoes, t-shirts and/or singlets, shorts and/or tracksuit pants, and ball, all clearly labelled with their name. Each camper will receive a camp t-shirt which we encourage they wear to assist with camper identification.

Campers should also bring a water bottle, ankle tape, training towels, backpack, sunscreen, mosquito repellent and a hat. Campers will also need to bring appropriate swimwear and a towel if they wish to participate in the pool party on …………… night.

Live-In campers will also need to bring their pillow, linen or other bedding, casual clothes for evening wear and toiletries.

All personal items and money brought to the camp are done so at your own risk. Any lost property will be held in the main office.

Drinks and sports drinks will be available to buy at the camp.

Live-In campers may also have the opportunity to purchase evening snacks/supper whilst at camp.

Does my child need to bring lunch?

No, we will provide all campers whether they are Live-in or Live-out with lunch.

Are meals provided to Live-in Campers?

Yes, Campers enjoy three meals a day. Live Out campers can participate in all dinners if you would like to pay the $50 separate dinner package.

Should I send money with my Child?

Snacks and Drinks are available during the camp, so it would be wise to provide your child with some money.

If you have any other questions please send us a message or telephone us.

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