Bush Adventure Learning – Day Program Registration 2022

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Date(s) - 20/04/2022 - 21/04/2022
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The Bush Adventure Learning Program has been revamped to align with the changing landscape of current COVID-19 Mandates.

The Place and Community Team have been working with Right Foot Forward and are excited to share the new program outline with you. This new schedule removes the camping component, meets the new government mandates yet still provides a fun and engaging program for youth in our community during such challenging times.

The Bush Adventure – Day Program is now a two day excursion available for 10 young people aged between 13 to 18 living the Shire of Dardanup.

The excursion will be on Wednesday 20 April and Thursday 21 April 2022.

PROGRAM

Day 1: Indigenous Culture Session & Hike – Crooked Brook

  • Indigenous Culture Session
  • Hiking adventure
  • Team building activities
  • Transport, lunch and snacks provided
  • Return home

Day 2: Hike and Abseiling – Wellington Forrest 

  • Hike to Wellington Dam
  • Abseiling adventure
  • Team building activities
  • Transport, lunch and snacks provided
  • Return home

*Transport will be provided – pick up and drop off will be from the Eaton Shire Offices – successful applicants will be required to make their way to the pick up location.

Why not expand your horizons and join in on an adventure!

To apply simply complete this application form: Bush Adventure Day Program

Applications close on Monday 4th April 2022

Applicants will be notified directly after the closing date.

The Bush Excursions will take place on: Wednesday and Thursday 20-21 April 2022

A little about the facilitator of this adventure: Right Foot Forward WA was borne out of Jocelyn Evans passion and belief in the outcomes gained from adventure based learning and her desire to see all people have access to opportunities like the Bush Adventure Learning Camps. Jocelyn has 18 years’ experience in the Outdoor Education industry, 3 years’ experience as a Youth Worker and is passionate about developing programs based on the principles of Bush Adventure Therapy.

 

Thank you to our sponsors for supporting this exciting scholarship experience!

We are excited to welcome on board the Eaton Lions Club as a sponsor of two scholarships within this program! The Lions Clubs are part of community life, in the cities and in the country. Clubs are easily identified by their distinctive Logo, the trademark of their International Association, and the ‘We Serve’; motto. Lions Australia is part of an international association, filled with people who are joined by the common desire to make their communities better, by using their creativity, enthusiasm and energy. Membership is open to all people of the community in good standing. Every Lions Club is a little different. Each has its own mix of activities and meetings. For more information check out their website: www.eaton.wa.lions.org.au

A big thank you to JP Group for their support of one Scholarship placement within this program! For more than 50 years, J&P Group has provided a safe, reliable and dependable recycling service for ferrous and non-ferrous metals and machinery across Western Australia. Extensive capabilities in the deconstruction, demolition, materials recovery and recycling are complemented by steel and machinery sales. For more information: www.jpgroup.com.au

 

If you require more information about this program please contact Samantha Dixon via email samantha.dixon@dardanup.wa.gov.au or by phone on (08) 9724 0392