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Journey to the Falls

May 13, 2016 at 10:18 AM

Journey to the Falls


Would you like to enhance your father son relationships?  Are you reasonably fit and active?  Would you enjoy an adventure with other fathers and sons?  

ChangeWorks JOURNEY TO THE FALLS is an overnight adventure open to boys 9 to 17 years who have an active father or significant adult male role model in their life.  



As a group, we will walk for three hours through the bush, returning late afternoon to Camp Karanga (Te Henga). There we will create an evening around a fire, great food, story, music and have the opportunity to speak of our own experiences, hopes and dreams.  You and your son will need good walking shoes, a daypack, sleeping bag, and outdoor clothing. We will be sleeping indoors at Camp Karanga. We will provide the evening meal and breakfast, and depart before lunchtime on Sunday.  Further equipment required and information will be sent once your placement has been confirmed.  


For more information please see the attached flyer, or contact Andrew Shaw ChangeWorks Office - 09 836 3773 ext 4 

Category: Community Notices