Pack –> Walking shoes –> Drink –> Map and compass –> Safety briefing –> Adrenaline –> Move those feet!

Whether you are interested in a guided walk along a four-wheel-drive track or developing your map and compass skills to navigate in untracked bush, we can provide both locations and opportunities.

Trips vary in length from half day to four day expeditions depending on the experience and goals of participants.

DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION See locations tab
DEPARTURE TIME Please ensure that you arrive for the session 15 minutes before the scheduled time with all gear to maximise activity time.
INCLUDED
All necessary equipment emergency communication devices
comprehensive first aid kit Professional instructor
PLEASE BRING
Suitable outdoor clothing including sturdy footwear
Hat (preferably with a brim)
Windproof jacket
Sunglasses
Sunscreen
1-2 litres of fluid to stay hydrated
Snacks
Small day pack to store personal items
Any personal medication that may be needed (eg asthma puffer)

PLEASE NOTE:

Those who bring cameras, keys or other valuables do so at their own risk.

Should you be unsure about the weather conditions and possible cancellation, or have any other questions, please contact Peter Vaughan Mobile- 0404878332

Glenrock State Conservation Area

is an easy introduction to abseiling on natural cliffs up to 20m high under the supervision of qualified guides. This is a great option for those who may want to try a full day session at a later date, as students should complete a minimum of 10-12 descents.

 

Watagans National Park

is a sequenced program that gradually exposes people to the adventure activity of abseiling on natural cliffs up to 45m high under the supervision of qualified guides, with participants completing a minimum of 6-8 descents for the day.

 

Gap Creek

This abseiling program takes place in the Gap Creek area of the Watagans National Park, and occurs in natural rainforest. Abseils are interesting and challenging and a short section of canyon will be included, which includes 2 swims and a jump of 6m into a clear, cool waterhole. Depending on group progress, this session finishes with a descent down Gap Creek Falls (45m). This session is delivered by a qualified and experienced tutor in a great bush location and participants always find this a rewarding program.

There are no upcoming events at this time.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need to bring my own equipment?

No, just comfortable clothes. We do suggest you bring a small daypack to carry your food, drink, sunscreen and a jacket. We encourage participants to wear sturdy footwear that provides good ankle support.

How do I find our meeting point?

Once booked, we’ll send you an information sheet with instructions on how to find us

Do I need a 4wd to get to the activity location?

No, most of the locations are on well maintained dirt roads

What is the minimum age limit of participants? 

8 years of age and must be accompanied by a parent or guardian

Are there toilets at the activity site?

Some operating sites have a toilet nearby, otherwise we will provide a toilet kit for participants to use in a bush location

Can I bring a camera /phone?

Definitely -but you do so at your own risk. We will be taking pictures to share with the group.

 

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