Wilderness Survival basics
Saturday 13th August 2022
This Wilderness Survival basics course will equip you with the skills and knowledge to confidently step out into the wilderness
Do you have the skills or knowledge to be able to survive in the bush if things don't go according to plan? Perhaps you're wanting to upskill so you can confidently venture further off the beaten track.
During this hands-on practical workshop you will learn the essentials required to survive, and how to prepare yourself for your wilderness experience. Learn how to reduce risk and discover what equipment you should carry with you when going bush.
What we do over the day
We'll start by stripping it right back to the basics, What do we need to survive? Where can we meet those needs in the natural environment?
Topics covered include
Survival priorities - what comes first? Water, shelter, food and fire?
Water - where to find it and how do we make it safe to drink
Create fire without matches-modern and traditional techniques
Emergency Shelters - natural materials and improvised with what's in your bag
Wild edibles and toxic plants
Bush Safety and Risk management
Emergency First aid - including snake bite management
Equipment selection for the Outdoors-what to pack, including safety equipment
Rescue and signalling techniques
During this hands on practical day where we'll spend the day in the bush putting all the skills into practice.
This course is designed to give you the peace of mind and confidence to get outdoors and enjoy nature.
About Me: Scott
Somewhat obsessed with all things adventure and the outdoors. Enthusiastic peak bagger, adventure racer, mountain biker and trail runner, a self diagnosed gear freak with a nack of being prepared for all eventualities.
19 years experience as a professional outdoor educator, survival instructor, white water guide + more. Former program coordinator and senior instructor for Outward Bound Australia.
Passionate hiker including 350+kms solo through the Himalaya.
Proud father of a my 4 kids with a deep love of the natural world.
When, Where and How Much?
Saturday 13th August 2022
9 am-4 pm
Where: Near the base of Wollumbin (Mt Warning) in the beautiful Tweed Valley
3034 Kyogle Rd, Kunghur, NSW
2 hrs - Brisbane City
1 hr - Burleigh Heads
50 mins - Byron Bay
$150 for one day. (plus booking fee)
*Limited positions available. Bookings are essential.
**Optional camping is available on the Friday or Saturday nights if travelling to the event.
****Book for two or more people (in the same order and receive 10% off your booking ..use the booking code "bringafriend")
What to bring?
Comfortable shoes for walking in rough terrain, drinking water, a day pack and lunch, a raincoat for wet weather.
If camping you will need to bring your own tent and camping gear.
The camping area has a camp kitchen with gas cooktop, sink, cooking utensils, a composting toilet and hot water outdoor shower.
Please bring your own plate, mug and cutlery.