Corporate volunteering and team building experiences

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Looking for a unique, outdoor experience for your team that inspires individual development, team building and also gives something back to the environment?

NSW National Parks offers a range of interactive corporate volunteering experiences in Sydney Harbour and Lane Cove national parks.

The NSW National Parks' Bring the Bush to Life and Team Building Challenge programs emphasise conservation and social responsibility- giving your business the opportunity to invest in the conservation and protection of Australian natural and historic heritage.

NPWS corporate volunteering programs [pdf 1.6mb] can provide:

  • organised teambuilding activities, competitions and challenges, led and coordinated by experienced NPWS rangers
  • tours of historical sites and educational wildlife tours
  • sessions on Aboriginal culture and tradition with Aboriginal rangers and guides
  • long term sponsorship projects, allowing your company to preserve your own piece of Australian heritage; and
  • on site facilities for lunches, meetings, functions and debriefings.

Sydney Harbour National Park, one of New South Wales' spectacular nature destinations, offers half day and full day activities at Middle Head and North Head.

Lane Cove National Park offers full day experiences at Mars Creek.

For further inquiries or to make a booking, please contact the NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service on 13000 PARKS (72757) or email us at corporatevolunteering@environment.nsw.gov.au.

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Page last updated: 14 September 2011