NAIDOC Week I Finding Food in the Forest I Illawarra
July 7 @ 10:30 am - 12:30 pmFree
First responder kids and teens, are you looking for a unique activity to do these school holidays? Join us for this exciting exploration of the forest, looking for the food feast hidden within it. Join our Aboriginal Discovery Ranger for an exciting search for bush tucker and bush medicine. Be creative with leaf painting. Materials supplied. After the activity you can take a walk along a track through stunning local rainforest. Enjoy the spectacular forest, waterfall and canyon views from several viewing platforms along the walk.
This free wellbeing activity is for first responder families (check out who we serve here). Register yourself, and up to two children or teens (family members, or someone from your inner circle). Encourage a first responder colleague to register their loved-ones too, or make connections on the day. For children and teens aged 4-16.
All Fortem Wellbeing Activities are underpinned by the 5 Ways to Wellbeing – a set of practical lifestyle habits which contribute to our overall mental fitness. This model by our partners at The Royal Melbourne Hospital is based on widely researched, effective strategies for improving mental health and wellbeing, and forms the foundation of all Fortem Australia events, programs, and activities.
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|7th July 2022 @ 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM||NAIDOC Week I Finding Food in the Forest I Illawarra|