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The Bush Adventures Program
The Hobart City Council Bush Adventures program offers environmentally focused activities and adventures in our local bushland reserves. Activities are designed for specific age groups from 2yrs to adult and include a range of intriguing walks, creative activities, team games and specialised workshops.
Activity schedules are produced each season and can be accessed via this website or you can join our mailing list
What People Say About Our Adventures
Welcome to the Bush Adventures Summer Program, 2014.
This season we walk with the palawa people, embark on a eucalyptus odyssey and find out how to make native Tasmanian plants enviable features in your garden. We hear the tale of Beaumaris Zoo and climb into the world of our local possums for a super sunset supper.
Little ones meet Polly the Platypus and head out on a Penguin Picnic while Bush Kids have a whale of a time. They search for brilliant bugs, get into bushland code-breaking and build a shelter from the storm.
Bigger kids try geocaching and take on the challenge of adaptation in a race to survive. They create large masterpieces based on time things and take to the sea in a kayaking taster.
Plus, don’t miss the chance for your family to make friends with some real, live remarkable reptiles!
Summer is full of adventure. See you in the bush!
Private sessions can be scheduled for groups and schools. 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.
Bookings are essential for all activities and are can be made by calling (03) 6238 2886
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