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Thu, 26 Oct

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Golden Beach

Women's Survival & Bushcraft Immersion

Come together as strong, independent women to learn some of the forgotten skills of survival and bushcraft. Enriching your knowledge in many skills that are still known and shared by our own indigenous Australians.

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Women's Survival & Bushcraft Immersion
Women's Survival & Bushcraft Immersion

Time & Location

26 Oct 2023, 3:30 pm – 29 Oct 2023, 2:00 pm

Golden Beach, 2 Lamerough Parade, Golden Beach QLD 4551, Australia

About the event

She Explores Adventure is collaborating with a highly knowledgable and well known Survival Skills Instructor Rick Peterson. Rick leads Fathers and Sons to rediscover their connection, character and capabilities additionally with other special workshops and immersions.

We will utilise old knowledge, along with modern technology, working with nature to assist us with the prioritising of survival needs. In this event, you will gain a greater understanding of the psychology of fear, and phobias and how we may overcome them.

Trip Highlights:

  • Hands on learning working with water, shelter, fire, food, rescue signals
  • Essential functional knots, lashings and frapping
  • Use of tools
  • Navigation practices
  • Guided Sound Vocal toning, Mindful Meditations, & Movement
  • We don't want to take away all the surprises so we will leave it at that

Recommendations for Eco Friendly Preparation:

  • Dress or pack accordingly for the season, this is also appropriate when it comes to tents and wet weather gear
  • Many items can be purchased secondhand from marketplace and charity stores, as some intrepid travellers will do a one-off trip, and then offload their gear for a budget price, looking at unbiased reviews on particular brands is always a good idea, borrowing equipment from friends is also a great way to determine if this is suitable to your needs into the future
  • A detailed list of what to bring will also be made available when final payment is made

Sleeping Arrangements:

  • The choice of tent or sleeping arrangements are up to you, on some occasions I will strongly discourage the use of swags, as they are not practical to walk with.
  • Once again borrowing a tent (after checking that it is complete with Poles, Pegs, fly! etc) this can be a great way to look at the pros and cons of future purchases.
  • Once again look at the season, expected weather and conditions and function required, room for your pack and boots to keep them out of the weather at night.

Meals:

  • Meals Snacks, Water, Coffee, Tea, and Hot chocolate or equivalent will be catered for
  • The majority of food provided will be generic in nature, meeting most dietary needs, should you have particular medical food intolerances feel free to let me know and I will attempt to cater for your needs, If not disclosed it cannot be catered for. If it is a lifestyle choice be sure to pack additional snacks to cater to your lifestyle choice
  • Keeping in mind real survival situations don’t cater to sensitive palate’s, fad diets or allergies.
  • Meat and vegetables will be prepared, cooked and served
  • Participant assistance is required with Camp routine and food preparation along with cleaning of cooking equipment and utensils.

*Note no illegal trapping or snaring of native wildlife will occur on any of my events.

Personal Hygiene & Toileting:

  • As we are in a bush setting, there are no showers available. If you wish to bring wipes you may but they are to be taken out as rubbish, not buried or burnt on the campfire
  • Correct remot toileting will be discussed
  • We will construct a bush toilet or (latrine) with a basic screen, adhering to best toileting and Camp hygiene practice techniques  for both you and the group’s health and well-being, along with that of the environment and waterways.
  • We will dedicate education on this subject

Medical History:

  • It is imperative that you notify us of any known allergies on the documentation provided prior to attending, along with your anaphylaxis and medication plan
  • Every attempt will be made to cater to your medically significant allergy
  • A confidential medical questionnaire will be provided to you 1 month out. Should you have medical conditions or medication prescribed by a doctor, please ensure you have ample supply for the duration of the event and self-medicate as per your doctor’s advice

One Month Out:

  • You will be sent an Attendance Instruction Booklet containing: Personal Information, NOK, medical info and Indemnity Form. This is to be completed and returned one week prior to this event
  • 2 days before survival weekend you will be emailed the pickup location
  • Once on the transport, the location where you will be attending the survival weekend will be emailed to you & you’re next of kin

*This trip is for those wanting to learn, challenge themselves, immerse in nature & connect with fellow women

INCLUSIONS:

  • Shuttle to & from our survival and bushcraft weekend meeting point in Caloundra
  • 3 meals per day provided
  • Education on multiple elements about Survival and Bushcraft fundaments
  • Multiple Female Facilitators throughout the weekend plus 2 Hosts
  • Sound Immersion (vocal toning) , Mindful Meditation, Movement
  • Safety Equiptment, Emergency Beacon, First Aid

NOT INCLUDED:

  • BYO tent equipment (please if you don't own one borrow from a friend or get second hand as we will be discussing best equipment during the weekend)
  • Medication
  • Toiletries
  • Appropriate clothing and hiking boots
  • Transport to & from your home to our meeting point in Caloundra
  • Travel Insurance, highly recommended 

Investment $1,150 payments plans are available, just reach out to us

Tickets

  • Final Payment

    $862.00
    +$21.55 service fee
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