The Little Desert Podcast Project

A podcast series on the historic movement to protect the Little Desert National Park. Created for VCE Outdoor and Environmental Studies students and anyone interested in Victoria’s Little Desert campaign. Produced by the Victorian National Parks Association, with...

Seeking a Coordinator of Outdoor Education

The Scots College, NSW, is seeking a Coordinator of Outdoor Education THE SCOTS COLLEGE Coordinator of Outdoor Education Kangaroo Valley Campus, Glengarry Embrace the outdoor lifestyle in a market leading Educational Environment Located in the pristine Kangaroo...
Introducing Friends of the Mitta

Introducing Friends of the Mitta

Exciting Times for Australia’s Biggest River Running Community Jeffe Aronson, an experienced international dory and raft guide, is the president of the newly re-started organisation, Friends of the Mitta. Amongst other activities, the Friends of the Mitta group are...
What is Body Positive Hiking?

What is Body Positive Hiking?

Escaping Your Comfort Zone A gender-inclusive & body positive hiking group Guest author: Richelle Olsen (Founder) and Loey Matthews (Storyteller), from Escaping Your Comfort Zone. We live in a society where there is immense pressure to conform to a certain size,...
Exciting registration news from Sea Kayaking Educators Symposium (ISKES)

Exciting registration news from Sea Kayaking Educators Symposium (ISKES)

Exciting registration news from Sea Kayaking Educators Symposium (ISKES), Sunday 11th – Thursday 15th, November 2018.
Wilsons Promontory NP. The new options cost only $290 incl gst. Get in fast though availability is limited.
The team have announced new opportunities to be a part of the second International Sea Kayaking Educators Symposium (ISKES).
Registration has been split in half which means easier access for YOU in terms of time and cost.

NAIDOC Week

NAIDOC Week

Poster painted by Bigambul woman, Cheryl Moggs, from Goondiwindi, the painting portrays the 2018 theme, Because of her, we can! showing the courage and resilience of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women.  We are coming to the end of NAIDOC week, but there are...