5 Outdoor Experiences for Green Meetings Down Under

green meetings, AustraliaGetting outdoors is often the best medicine for reviving exhausted execs.

Here are 5 of our favorite green meetings experiences in Australia that do just that:

Discover “Dreamtime”

A walk through Mossman Gorge in the UNESCO World Heritage Daintree National Park will embark on a path of Dreamtime, loosely interpreted as the Aboriginal sense of spirituality, with experiences that have them foraging for medicine, learning to make soap from rainforest plants and visiting the sacred sites of the Kuku Yalanji culture.

Embrace the Moment

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Trekking across windblown sand dunes on quad bikes is a fun and exciting way to experience green meetings in Australia that also injects a sense of well-being into meetings and incentives. And paths are often as quickly erased as they are made, reminding teams to keep blazing forward.

Make Room for Creativity

The “Maruku Arts Painting Workshop” explores the symbols of Dreamtime at Ayers Rock Resort with a local Aboriginal artist who guides attendees through recording their own creation stories via dot painting on canvas.

Discover Courage

Suspended 886 ft above ancient ravines, Scenic World’s cableway and glass-floored skyway, stretching out over a rainforest canopy in Katoomba, offers groups a platform for viewing the iconic blue-hued rock formation, the Three Sisters. They can follow this one up with a visit to the neighboring village of Leura for a farm-fresh gourmet meal.

Music in the Deep

The Djaru and Gija aboriginal people are custodians of the Bungle Bungles Range, whose long and narrow chasms and hidden gorges are large enough to hold full-scale events, and often do.

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