Duke of Ed Residential Project Report

by Harrison Scott, Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award – Gold level Residential Project Report Project Summary Our team completed a Residential Project with Sydney Coast Walks between 10 – 14 July 2017. On day one we walked to the Three Sisters and participated in a Welcome to Country with an Aboriginal Elder, David King, including […]

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Duke of Ed Award adventurous journey sign-off

You’ve written the report for your Duke of Ed Award adventurous journey on the relevant Duke of Ed Adventurous Journey Report Template and now you need it signed off by your Assessor. (If you haven’t written your report here’s tips on how to write a Duke of Ed adventurous journey log). You’ve done the hard parts, […]

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Duke of Edinburgh Award Adventurous Journey

What does a Duke of Edinburgh award adventurous journey look like? A whole lot of fun! Check out this video of Aquinas College Menai doing their bronze qualifier with us on the Coast Track in Royal National Park, Sydney. Thanks to the students and teachers of Aquinas College for letting us post this video and lotsafreshair.com for […]

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Duke Of Ed – having a laugh with mates

The Duke Of Ed adventurous journey is more than reading maps and sleeping in tents. It’s about enjoying the natural environment, escaping the school books for a couple of days and having a laugh with your mates. At the end of each Duke Of Ed adventurous journey you need to complete a trip report or […]

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How to write a Duke of Ed Adventurous Journey Log

You’ve finished your adventurous journey, arrived home and dropped your pack on the floor. Mum and Dad ask “How was it?” Your first response is, “It was the hardest thing I’ve ever done!” Your second response is “Actually it wasn’t that hard, it was a lot of fun.” The best time to write your journey […]

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Duke of Ed Adventurous Journey Jan 2015

The most beautiful places can only be reached on foot

Georgia, Gold practice hike
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Notes from an Adventurous Journey

The Essentials: Level: Silver and Gold Route: Great North Walk – Hornsby to Cowan / Brooklyn Date: 22nd – 25th January 2015 Who hiked: Open hike – 24 participants, 2 Supervisors By: Ian Wells, Duke of Ed Supervisor   Day 1 Hornsby Station to Crosslands It’s always a good start to a Duke of Edinburgh […]

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