Participant Stories

Participant Stories: “Phillip Island Program Review”

One of the highlights of our recent trip to Phillip Island was the walk to Phillip Island’s highest elevation point, The Pinnacles....

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The Wilsons Prom bushwalk that wasn’t to be!

When I think of Wilsons Prom, I used to think of wombats, but these days I think of wombats, soggy tents, and the trip that wasn’t....

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How to Make a Bucket Lunch

When looking for something quick, easy, and relatively mess-free for your next camping meal, remember the ‘ODI most famous’ Bucket Lunch....

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Meet the Team: Gavin Jesson

I’ve been working in the Outdoor Ed industry since 2012. Before Out Doors Inc. I predominantly worked with schools and other community groups running and coordinating outdoor ed trips....

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Participant Stories: “Surfing Ocean Grove”

The sun, the sand, the surf and sunscreen were all available for us on a day of surfing at Ocean Grove....

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Participant Stories: “Self Care Whilst Working”

I have a mental illness and have managed to hold down a full-time job for the past 30 years and believe me there have been lots of ups and downs along the way....

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Participant Stories: “Pooh Bear and Peer Support”

Recovery and coping techniques come from many unusual sources and some people can often wonder how a service like Outdoors Inc can help....

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Participant Stories: “Growing Garlic”

Garlic is a great root vegetable to grow for autumn/winter as it grows best in cool weather...

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Participant Stories: “Rafting: Awesome and Amazing”

1/2/2020 By Carole Hatherly My favourite camps have been rafting camps. I’ve rafted twice on the Mitchell River and I would love to have the opportunity to do it again.  Safety is an optimum requirement for rafting. Out Doors’ staff teach you all aspects of safety on the raft: How to correctly use…...

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Getting back to the water

1/2/2020 By Ben Wilkinson, Out Doors’ Program Coordinator In the summertime, when the weather is fine…’   So begins many of my Winter daydreams, and I’m sure many others feel this way during the colder months when we are looking ahead to some warmth. It really is amazing how often our moods and motivation levels…...

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