This is a FREE workshop however registrations are essential and places are limited. Women living or working in the Southern Downs Regional Council area are invited to participate. Please note, you must be 18 years or older to participate in this workshop and sign a waiver form before participating.
Workshop instruction is being provided by The Rewilding Project. This workshop is designed to enhance, educate and encourage the modern outdoorswoman to embrace canoeing through magical spaces.
Whether you are looking for an exciting new experience, up-skilling or developing your canoeing techniques – we have you covered. In this workshop we will cover paddling skills, expedition planning and show you how to pack a canoe. Like all empowering workshop sessions we will be challenging ourselves, but this workshop is suitable for all fitness levels.
Meeting place & starting time:
Sunday 12th May 2019
7am – 10am
Leslie Dam (exact location to be advised)
Clothes that will allow you to be active, sun protected and comfortable in your water surroundings.
• A day pack with 2 litres of water
• Lunch and snacks
• Coffee cup
• Rain-jacket and jumper
• Sunhat and sunscreen
• Note pad and pen
• Camp chair or picnic blanket to sit on
You should wear water boots, heavy-duty sandals or an old pair of runners for this activity
• Like-minded outdoorswomen and intimate group sizes
• Learn correct paddling technique and skills
• Learn basic self-rescue skills
• Become self-sufficient in the wilderness with our packing skills and equipment lists
• We share our templates for successful expedition planning
• Facilitator support from four highly trained outdoor practitioners with Canoeing & Wilderness First Aid Qualifications
• Canoe hire, paddle & PFD
We love the outdoor in all sorts of weather but sometimes high winds and storms may require postponing this workshop. If you have any concerns about the day, feel free to email the instructors email@example.com
The Adventure Therapy Project is an initiative of Kathryn Walton Consulting. This event is supported by funding from Darling Downs and West Moreton PHN through the Australian Government’s PHN Program.