We strive to ensure Outdoor Adventure Tourism within South Australia continues to grow and prosper into the future. We aspire to ensure adequate steps are being taken into the future maintenance and development of the state’s tourism needs and standards.
We believe that Outdoor Education, as a subject delivered within schools and at universities is a critical learning medium for students. The use of outdoor education methodologies within teaching is a profound style of learning which develops understanding about oneself, others and the environment.
Outdoor Recreation encompasses a large number of outdoor pursuits which engage many South Australians in healthy long term physical activities enhancing the wellbeing of our State. We seek to strengthen this sector by providing a voice to the great diversity of recreational groups and communities.
View upcoming training courses aimed at the outdoor sector. Listed below are courses from all outdoor stakeholders.
Find out about upcoming events aimed at the outdoor sector. Listed below are events from outdoor stakeholders.
Becoming a member of Outdoors SA is about growing and supporting an organisation devoted to growing and supporting the outdoor industry. As a collective group of outdoor professionals and enthusiasts Outdoors SA has the skill set, knowledge and drive to enhance the level of the WHOLE outdoor industry of South Australia.
As a new organisation Outdoors SA is growing in its membership base and in turn its relationship with state and national representative bodies.
Get a taste for the big event (NOEC 2022) and also be more informed about the year ahead with this online event specifically for the Outdoor education sector. An event not to be missed for Outdoor Educators, Parents, Teachers, Therapists and Community Leaders: Welcome to Country by Yvonne [...]
The vast majority of South Australian residents (96.3% (95% CI: 95.1 – 97.4%) walk for at least five minutes in a typical week outside [...]
Psychosocial Incident Types – UPLOADS Update In this infographic research update we examine the psychosocial incidents types in the [...]
Australian Association for Bush Adventure Therapy – National Forum – Mylor, South Australia 2021 This year’s theme for the Australian [...]
Exciting news! the All about Allergens for Camps has been updated to be a single course! Previously camp staff needed to complete the [...]
Tourism, Travel, Hospitality and Events – Draft 1 Open for Consultation SkillsIQ, under the direction of the Tourism, Travel and [...]
National Summit outcomes – update from the Outdoor Council of Australia Outdoors SA was excited to be part of the Outdoor Council [...]
Standards Australia is inviting individuals from a range of industries to be involved in mentoring on how standards are developed. If [...]
Outdoors SA encourages all outdoor educators in South Australia to respond to the ACARA survey – 8 July is the last day to [...]
Standard: AS 2316.1.2 Artificial Climbing Structures and challenge courses Part 1.2: Safety requirements and test methods for [...]
Outdoors SA has been working tirelessly over the past few weeks in its capacity of a member of the Outdoor Council of Australia (OCA) [...]
The Marshall Liberal Government will provide fee and rent relief for nearly 300 South Australian nature-based tourism businesses who [...]
Keep up to date with the latest community information from SA Health [...]
Parks Victoria have released a statement to remind licenced tour operators that rock climbing is strictly prohibited in Special [...]
The Australian Taxation Office has added essential information about tax and superannuation changes that have now become law from the [...]
MTBA is currently undertaking an economic and participation analysis of mountain biking in Australia. The objective of this study is to [...]
Attention Outdoor Sector! You are invited to participate with our counter parts from other states in a webinar focused at supporting [...]