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Wild-by-Nature Adventure Camp, 25-27 Sept 2017 near Dungog

A new type of wildcraft course, catering to interests and abilities of age groups… the mornings will be for learning wildcraft, the afternoons are free wild time , led by the participants with a Wild Guide as support!

School Holiday fun – Wildcraft Camp Dungog 10-11-12 April 2017, Melbourne September 2017

Children ages 4-14 love Wildcraft kids camps, immersed in nature and learning bush craft skills. You can enroll for one, two or all days. The events are held at riverside campgrounds so the whole family can enjoy a camping holiday.

Traditional Longbow Making Sat/Sun 2-3 December 2017

You will learn how to make your own longbow and a bowstring that perfectly complements your own bow. Learn how to tiller their bows to precise measurements of draw length and draw weight depending on the archer. During the second day afternoon learn how to shoot. You will get your introduction to the instinctive shooting method. A powerful tool you can also utilize in many daily life situations.

Upcoming Programs

In the new year we will be setting our program for 2016. Now is your chance to contact us and propose dates or courses that you might like to attend at a time that suits you!

Bush Food Weekend:

Learn how to identify, collect and cook with native foods

Knife Making Weekend Workshops

Learn to make a bush knife just like these yourself, making a blade out of scrap metal and a handle from native timber (all materials provided)

Wild 101: Introductory Bush Skills 15-17 September via Dungog 2017

A weekend-long introductory course for ages 15 -105 which provides a detailed, hands-on experience with fire by friction, shelter, rope making, weaving, bush food, barefoot walking, nature immersion and bird language.

Spear Making Workshop

Increase your survival skills! Make and learn to throw a hand-made spear in a bushland setting in Monkerai, between Dungog and Gloucester, NSW

Weaving workshop

Learn the fundamental basics of natural weaving. You will collect local plants, learn how to process them into different weaving materials and then learn how to weave them into a basket, mat, or artwork. Your instructors have been taught traditional Australian weaving by women from Arnhem Land.

Nikki Brown

Bushwalking with her Grandfather sparked Nikki’s interest in the nature.  Later, after scouting and mountaineering, Nikki discovered bush survival skills. She has since studied with Jon Young, Nature Philosophy Australia, and those who learnt from Tom Brown’s Tracker School, Wilderness Awareness School and Joanna Macey’s Deep Ecology. Nikki spent 2010 living in the bush, employing all […]

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