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- Social Justice and Aboriginal Studies Programs

Beyond Limits Outdoor Education was founded in 2012 based on adventure-style team building activities incorporating kayaking, mountain biking, beach games and team building activities.

Initially providing programs at Adare and Nunyara, Beyond Limits has grown to include programs at Tarooki (Robe), Wallaroo, Port Hughes and Deep Conservation Park.

In 2015, Beyond Limits provided its first program with a social justice theme leveraging off the many social justice services Uniting Church SA and its agencies provide throughout the State. The annual program provides awareness of many of the issues impacting refugees and homelessness and is a signature event for Beyond Limits as well as the school involved.

Last year, a second school participated in a social program and for the first time Beyond Limits hosted a program with an Aboriginal studies theme.Year 7 students participated in dance, painting and basket weaving workshops as well as played traditional Aboriginal games in Belair National Park.

The photo below shows students receiving a lesson on cooking Kangaroo tail at Colebrook Reconciliation Park near Blackwood.

- Teacher Feedback

This camp will go down as a true highlight of 2017. Activities were top notch and the facilitators were great - built rapport, highly encouraging and giving useful and constructive observation and feedback. Excellent all round - thank you all.

Damien Borda (Hackham West Primary School)

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