Police have deemed a fire that broke out at PGL Adventure Camps' Campaspe Downs site was not suspicious.
CFA crews were called to the fire in Trentham Road, Tylden, at 12.17pm on Monday.
One accommodation building was affected by the fire.
A CFA spokesman said investigators beleive the fire was caused by a battery charger.
"It was something that was covered and plugged into the wall," he said. "It is a good reminder for people not to cover power cords."
PGL Adventure Camps sales manager Amy Cockroft said no one was injured in the fire.
"As always, the CFA were fantastic. They were here in a short time and able to contain the to one building. Everyone was safe and move to the evacuation point in our dining room."
About 150 people were attending the camp as part of a private event.
"It was a school camp, it was a private hire group," Ms Cockroft said.
Ms Cockroft said the Campaspe Down site has about 20 buildings.
"Only one building was affected by the fire," she said.
"The affected building is out of circulation but with other buildings we have, we were able move people around.
"It doesn't affect our activities, people are just sleeping a different bedroom."
THE Country Fire Authority has controlled a building fire at Tylden's PGL Camp.
A CFA spokesperson said 154 campers from a church group and 33 staff members were safely evacuated from the site on Monday afternoon.
About 21 campers were under the age of 18.
Thirteen CFA crews brought the blaze under control about 1.51pm.
Crews would remain onsite to mop up, the CFA spokesperson said.
The advice message is still active for people in Kyneton South, Tylden, Carlsruhe, Kyneton, Lauriston, Spring Hill and Woodend.
THE Country Fire Authority has issued an advice message after a fire started at Tylden's PGL Camp.
The advice is for people in Kyneton South, Tylden, Carlsruhe, Kyneton, Lauriston, Spring Hill and Woodend.
There is a building fire at the site, at 1302 Trentham Road, Tylden.
All occupants of the camp are safe and accounted for.
There is no threat to the community, but people should continue to stay informed and monitor conditions.
Keep the roads clear so emergency services can respond.
Emergency Services are in the area.
Smoke might be visible
The PGL website states the camp can accommodate up to 400 guests in cabins and luxury platform tents.
FIRE has forced the evacuation of an accommodation building at Tylden.
Country Fire Authority crews were called to the Trentham Road property at 12.17pm on Monday.
An authority spokesman said police had been notified to co-ordinate the evacuation, to the property's main dining hall.
Ambulance Victoria crews are also on scene.
The spokesman said the fire involved a tin roof on a wooden construction.
The building measures five metres by 20 metres.
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