Kids that haven’t grown up in the bush sometimes find this friendly place intimidating or scary because it is unknown. Their Kids in the Bush program seeks to help kids discover the true nature of the bush in a fun, social and hands-on way, and to teach them some basic skills that will increase their confidence, and their love of the bush and all of its inhabitants.

This workshop will increase resilience, be challenging, develop new skills, increase confidence in nature and develop a love of learning new things and achieving significant objectives.

They will learn to read maps, use a compass, find water, light a fire, build a shelter and hide for safety, all while having fun under the supervision of experienced leaders.

This listing was updated on 19/01/2022 by Masters Of Fresh PTY LTD. Port Macquarie-Hastings Council accepts no liability for inaccuracies or errors in the above listing.


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    Thursday 20th Jan 22 - Thursday 20th Jan 22
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    9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
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    Homegrown Organics Farm
    665 Upper Rollands Plains Road, Upper Rollands Plains, New South Wales, 2441
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    0401 145 087
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    [email protected]
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