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“High and Wild’s” 2 day Bush Survival Course.

Bush survival skills are essential for anyone who ventures out bush, be it alone or with friends.

This overnight Bush Survival and camping course is for people who want to feel confident when exploring wilderness regions.

It is not a course for people who enjoy deprivation – it will teach you how to avoid embarrassing, or even life-threatening situations.

 

Rocky Twister Canyons

2 day Bush Survival

Saturday June 16th

Sunday June 17th

As this course is generally run in a National Park we bring some props in with us, We do this for two reasons, one so we don’t spend all day looking for something we need and two we are not allowed to harvest things from the National Park

The emphasis on this course is to learn, rather than survive, so you practice skills that you will need in an emergency.

2 Day Bush Survival Course

This trip normally runs between May and  August

$499

(Children 16yrs and younger $299)

Two Days: 8:45am Day 1 – 5:00pm Day 2

Bush Survival Skills are essential for anyone who ventures out bush, be it alone or with friends.

This overnight survival course is for people who want to feel confident exploring wilderness regions.

It is not a course for people who enjoy deprivation. It will teach you how to avoid embarrassing or even life threatening situations.

learn:

  • Survival theory/philosophy
  • What to pack in an emergency kit
  • Strategies for self rescue
  • Techniques for signalling outside assistance
  • Find, collect and purify water
  • Techniques to shelter from the elements
  • light fires without matches
  • Improvised first aid
  • Navigate using the sun and stars
  • Introduction to building traps and snares
  • Techniques to survive in different environments

You will also receive a booklet of essential Bush Survival knowledge and tips.

Your Instructors:

Our Bush Survival, Bush Tucker and Navigation courses are led by our experienced team of outdoor guides.

You get to learn from the skills they have developed to stay alive while walking, climbing, canyoning and skiing in the Australian Bush and Snowy Mountains.

Their experience also extends to mountaineering in Alaska, Europe, South America and the Himalayas.

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