Explore the world through inclusion
Image description: a group of young people with disabilities and mental health posing for a group photo before they head out for an inclusive paddle. Wynnum Redland Canoe Club, Thorneside
Our adventure programs is about getting together, helping each others, learn about ourselves and connect with nature at the same time. Inclusive adventure experience is not possible without partnering with local outdoor recreational organisations. We have vast range of available activities such as kayaking, canoeing, rock climbing, abseiling, bushwalking, mountain biking, camping and team building.
We aim to improve accessibility of physical infrastructure and social inclusion at recreational and outdoor facilities that aims to cater young people with disabilities. Many of us also wanted to enjoy outdoors, sharing similar passions with other young people.
Image description: young disabled people canoeing in middle of the mangroves at Shorncliffe Wetlands, north of Brisbane
|February||1st||Inclusive paddling||Wynnum & Redlands Canoe Club|
|8th||Building nature connection – how to connect ourselves with nature||Karawatha Forest Discovery Centre|
|March||1st||Inclusive Clean Up||Brisbane|
|March||21st||Plant propagation & garden tour||Indigiscapes – Capalaba|
|May||9th||Nature connection and games||Downfall Creek Environmental Centre|
|June||27th||Inclusive paddling||Wynnum & Redlands Canoe Club|
|July||26th||The Brisbane Inclusive Tree Planting||Handel Street Bushcare, Indooroopilly|
|August||22nd||Learn about importance of our wetlands||Boondall Wetlands Environmental Centre|
|30th||Inclusive paddling||Shorncliffe Wetlands|
|November||7th||Inclusive paddling||Wynnum & Redlands Canoe Club|
|28th||Inclusive paddling||Shorncliffe Wetlands|