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.
This October we’re celebrating walking and promoting it’s benefits for everyone with WalktoberSA. October is ideal for walking – the temperatures are mild and the evenings are getting longer. Sunday 14 October, Trails Less Travelled: Hike Mt Lofty from a different direction. Join [...]
The draft standard for Horse Trail Riding for the Australian Adventure Activity Standards (Australian AAS) has just been released for [...]
Congratulations to Bushwalking Leadership South Australia‘s Gordon Begg for being recognised in Walking SA’s annual awards. [...]
The Australian Adventure Activity Standards (Australian AAS) Steering Committee is now seeking to form three separate Technical Working [...]
SELLING WITHOUT ‘SELLING’ The prospect of ‘selling’ themselves is an unfamiliar area which many practitioners can perceive as daunting. [...]
Survive First Aid is really pleased to partner up with Dave Enright from Evergreen Outdoor Centre Hakuba to provide Avalanche AST1 [...]
Due to seasonal closure three Kangaroo Island parks will be closed until 31st December 2017. Part of Cape Torrens Wilderness Protection [...]
Outdoors SA will be conducting an information session that compares the different standards that the outdoor sector operates by. [...]
Carrying on from the success of their last forum, the South Australian Tourism Industry Council is inviting you to join them for the [...]
The 6th of April saw the Standout Walking Journeys Forum hosted by the South Australian Tourism Industry Council in conjunction with [...]
It’s a very busy calendar for BLSA this walking season. Staffed by experienced and accredited professionals, they continue to [...]
We all know that the work we do in providing camps for people from incredibly diverse backgrounds has enormous social, physical and [...]