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Hundreds of kids, parents and carers are set to go wild in the seaside town of Anglesea in the coming school holidays with the return of the popular Kids Adventure Outdoors (KAOS) event happening on 8-9 April.

The Outdoor Recreation Industry Council (ORIC) has launched its new name Outdoors NSW and website at outdoorsnsw.org.au

Little Shredders is the brand new initiative from Ski and Snowboard Australia which is providing children all over Australia the opportunity to learn basic snowsports skills within the school grounds.

Australian adventurer Huw Kingston, who famously circumnavigated the Mediterranean Sea by sea kayak, foot, ocean rowboat and bike, will bring his extraordinary journey to audiences around Australia when he embarks on his national speaking tour.

After a successful inaugural event last year, Kids Adventure Outdoors (KAOS) is returning to the seaside town of Anglesea once again with the express aim of encouraging more kids to get more active in the outdoors more often.

Wild Exposure is proud to have launched a smart phone APP that hopefully provides a valuable resource to all staff working in the Outdoor Industry.

Kicking off over the AFL Grand Final weekend, The Outdoor Education Group (OEG) held their own championship – the 2015 Hillary Challenge National Final. The Hillary Challenge is a unique event designed to push the contestants to the boundaries of their physical and mental fitness.

#project360 opens the third dimension of digital alpine cartography and makes it possible for users to experience the legend of the most famous mountains up close on the screen.

This is The Madness – staking a claim as the country’s toughest all-terrain obstacle course both mentally and physically, but also the most fun you can have in New Zealand’s great outdoors.

During the first two weekends of June, 31 teams from schools in New South Wales, the ACT and Victoria competed in the Hillary Challenge – an adventure challenge series for young people aged between 14 and 18.