ReWild Your Tribe
Family Survival Skills Workshop
Sunday 12th January
Join us for a Family day of fun, adventure and nature connection.
Learn survival techniques such as lighting fire with flint and steel, fire by friction (rubbing sticks), shelter making, rope work, navigation, bush craft, animal tracking, the art of camouflage and nature awareness.
What we do during the workshop.
A day of fun, adventure and discovering new skills for the whole family. Enhance your knowledge, confidence and connection to nature.
This is an adventure based workshop.
Starting at the Homestead at 3 Wishes Farm we cross the Tweed River via a bamboo bridge and head into the bush. Along the way we discuss the basics of wilderness survival and safety in the Australian Bush, we play a variety of Nature Awareness games and identify edible plants and useful resources.
We then head to our Bush Camp where you will learn a variety of fire lighting techniques, including flint and steel, fire by friction (rubbing sticks) and build a basic survival shelter.
After a lunch break we learn how to make cordage, explore sensory awareness activities and paint ourselves with ochre for a game of camouflage and MORE...
Our workshops for Families and Kids are child/interest led so the content may vary. Depending on interest/time we practice skills such as ropework, tracking, navigation, primitive skills and bush craft.
Spend the day exploring the art of wilderness survival.
When, Where and How Much?
Sunday 12th January 2020
Workshops run from 9am-3pm
The workshops are held at 3 Wishes Farm in the Tweed Valley in Northern NSW.
On the banks of the Tweed River the property has open farm land, pockets of rainforest and bush.
Family of 2 (1 adult + 1 child) $150.00 + booking fee
Family of 3 (1 adult + 2 children or 2 adults + 1 child) $210.00 + booking fee
Family of 4+ (1 adult and 3+ children, or 2 adults and 2+ children) $260 + booking fee
*Limited positions available. Bookings are essential.
Are qualified in Outdoor Recreation and Wilderness first aid and have many years experience working with children.
We have Working with children and National police checks and are covered by public liability insurance.
What to bring?
Comfortable shoes for walking in rough terrain, a hat, drinking water, lunch and morning tea and a backpack to carry all your gear.
Weather appropriate clothing. A raincoat for wet weather and swimmers in Summer.
If you are staying in the area and need accomodation, checkout the listings on airbnb and youcamp.