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ReWild Family Survival Skills day

Monday 22nd April

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, shelter making, rope work, bush craft, animal tracking, the art of camouflage and nature awareness.


What we do during the workshop.

​Our Rewild Family Survival day is back, don't delay as this event usually sells out :)

 A day filled with fun, adventure and discovering new skills that's suitable for the whole family. 

Throughout the day we'll discover  what it takes to survive in the wild. Together we'll learn how to source and purify water, we'll build a shelter from natural materials, create fire without a lighter, forage for wild food, learn how to make string from plant fibres and traditional methods of catching food. We also cover managing risk in the Outdoors including snake bite treatment and what to if you become lost.

......BUT the most important thing is we'll get to spend some quality time with our loved ones in a beautiful natural environment.

Suitable for everyone from your toddler to your grandma, bring the the who family :) 

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.


When, Where and How Much?

 When: Monday 22nd April 9 am-3 pm

3 Wishes Farm,Tweed Valley,Northern NSW.


How Much:

Family of 2 (1 adult + 1 child) $130.00 + booking fee

Family of 3 (1 adult + 2 children or 2 adults + 1 child) $190.00 + booking fee

Family of 4 (1 adult and 3+ children, or 2 adults and 2+ children) $220 + booking fee


Family of 5+ (5+ members from the same family) $240 + booking fee

*Limited positions available. Bookings are essential.

Our Instructors

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. 

Qualified in Outdoor Recreation and Wilderness first aid.

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.


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