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Kids Vs Wild

This survival session features the priority of finding and making a survival fire in a wilderness situation. Learn basic techniques to collect tinder and kindling and how to use a fire steel to create a spark. Bookings are essential, please call us on (02) 9339 6699. Go to the Centennial Parklands website for more information.

When:
12/07/2012
Where:
off Dickens Drive, Centennial Park, NSW, 2021
How Much:
$19.00
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