An opportunity for siblings and their disabled brother or sister to share a special day of bush activities (and cake!) at this one-off fortieth-anniversary event.
Siblings will get the chance to breathe in nature, hang out together and have fun in a creative forest environment. In partnership with Tūhura Wilderness, kids will play and learn through activities such as hill-abseiling, bush walks, woodworking, bushcraft and gardening. And did we mention that as well as cake, there’ll be a bush-catered lunch, freshly-baked bush bread and toasted marshmallows?
The benefits of outdoor adventure are many, including creative challenge, increased environmental awareness, better emotional regulation, improved social interaction, physical and mental exercise and more! We expect this nature-fuelled discovery day to be very popular so get in quick!
For siblings aged 8-18 and their disabled, neurodiverse or health-impaired sibling(s)
Lunch provided. Warm clothing, hat and raincoat needed, plus a change of clothes.
Cost: This event is free thanks to funding from the Ministry of Social Development.