Young adult Bushcraft and Survival Camp

3 days 2 nights.

Due to the incredible amount of interest generated by the Bushcraft and Survival Introduction Camp for children, we will be introducing a Bushcraft and Survival Camp for young adults (15 - 18yo).

Ever wondered how you would live if lost in the bush? Have you thought about how easy Bear Grylls makes it look (without the support crew!!) and want to try it out for yourself? Are you an outdoors person and just love getting out and living simply in the Australian bush?… Well, have we got the ideal adventure for you!!

We are now taking expressions of interest for the camp scheduled to begin on the 3rd July 2017.

Contact us to register.

ph:0755443233

info@mtbarenylodge.com.au


ACTIVITY INFORMATION:

Cost: $475 per person.

Includes: small leader-participant ratio for 55 hours (no more than 1:8 leader:participant ratio); experienced Outdoor Leader has Wilderness First Aid training, first aid kit and public liability insurance; full catering; camp fees and all camping equipment; survival kit to keep including a flint and items to create a personal shelter - tarp, rope, sleeping mat (closed-cell foam)

Age: 15 - 18yo (Strict minimum age applies)

Requirement for group numbers: Maximum 8 participants, minimum 4.

Start Time: arrive at 7am for 7.30am start

Duration of Activity: 3 days/2 nights

Meeting Place: The Office

What to bring: All items on gear list to be provided upon booking and a sense of adventure!

What not to bring: Lollies, mobile phones, screens

Fitness Requirement: A moderate level of fitness is required for the 6km walk to and from the bush-camp site.

Please don’t delay booking your place, as numbers are strictly limited. We are only able to secure your place based on full payment of the activity on a first-come first-served basis.


“I learned this, at least, by my experiment: that if one advances confidently in the direction of his dreams, and endeavors to live the life which he has imagined, he will meet with a success unexpected in common hours.”

- Henry David Thoreau