On Saturday 17th Dec 2011 we conducted a spotlighting tour through The Bower at Broulee on the NSW South Coast. With excited guests and outside clients we began with a quick chat about the local environment, the local coastal Bangalay Sand Forest endangered community and what we might expect to find.
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As a finalist in the South Coast Tourism Awards in the category of Adventure Tourism we were excited to attend the Gala Awards Night in Wollongong. Unfortunately we came up second in our category - although we are very proud of this in only our 2 full season of operation as Total Eco Adventures.
Total Eco Adventures has recently been named a finalist in the South Coast Tourism Awards 2011 under the Adventure Tourism category, with the competition area stretching from Wollongong south to the border. We are really excited that we have achieved this with our fingers crossed for the final award ceremony to be held in mid-August.
Total Eco Adventures is now the leading provider in coastal recreational activities, curriculum based field studies, school camps and year group camps, outdoor education programs and outdoor leadership programs for school and corporate groups on the NSW South Coast.
Broulee, ‘a village by the sea', is situated in the Eurobodalla on the NSW South Coast just south of Batemans Bay.
Total Eco Adventures aims to create environmental awareness through quality outdoor experiences within a natural setting.
On Sunday 3rd April, Dr David Bain Director of Total Eco Adventures lead a free interpretive spotlighting bushwalk through Coastal Bangalay Sand Forest near Broulee. The event was well received with over 20 attendees gathering in the dark.
On Sunday 16th January, Dr David Bain of Total Eco Adventures conducted an Interpretive Walk through the Eurobodalla's Coastal Forests and Dune Systems at Bengello Forest. The walk focused on the landscape features, flora, fauna and ecosystem processes of the area.
On Friday the 26th November the Canberra Raiders took a break from Canberra to come down the Batemans Bay for an alternative training session. The training involved an ironman type event with beach flags races, beach running, paddle races and sea kayaking relays. The morning was a lot of fun taking many of the players out of their comfort zone, through the waves and out into the ocean.