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Autumn Program Available Now!

The Bush Adventures Program

The City of Hobart Bush Adventures program offers environmentally focused activities and adventures in our local bushland reserves. Activities are designed for specific age groups from 2 years to adults and include a range of intriguing walks, creative activities, team games and specialised workshops. 

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A program of activities is produced each season and can be accessed via this website, or you can join our mailing list.

What People Say About Our Adventures

  

Autumn 2015

Little_Devils.jpgThis season our youngest bush kids will be discovering the world of penguins and platypus. Older Bush kids have the opportunity to join an incredibly journey, have a sensory sensation and search the bush on a scavenger hunt or to discover whose poos or whose.

Our Go Wild, Go Solo gang will be improving their bush craft skills, from navigation to cooking the perfect damper.

Families can also build up their navigation skills with an orienteering workshop, and then find their way out at night for an adventure with Bat Girl or to discover where our wild things are.

Adults have options for any time of the day. Choose from morning yoga, a Growing Wilder lunch, an afternoon walk on the mountain or an evening discovering the macrofacts of microbats.

Print version of Autumn Program 2015

Print version of Autumn Calendar 2015 

 

Bookings are essential for all Bush Adventures activities.

For enquiries and bookings call (03) 6238 2886.

 

Group Bookings

Private bookings for schools and other groups can be arranged for a time that suits your group. Tailored activities to meet specific needs can also be arranged. If you would like more information, contact the Bushland Interpretation Officer on (03) 6238 2140 or via email.

 

Customer Service Centre

16 Elizabeth St, Hobart
Office Hours: Mon–Fri 8.15am–5.15pm
Telephone (03) 6238 2711
Email hcc@hobartcity.com.au

Postal address

Town Hall, Macquarie St
GPO Box 503
Hobart Tasmania 7001