Bournda Environmental Education Centre run a variety of Challenge Games that can be selected including:
Acid River – students are required to cross an ‘Acid River’ with only the available equipment.
A Frame – students are required to transport one group member using only the A-frame and ropes.
Espionage Raid – students must retrieve boxes of secret files from an inner compound without losing any members.
Chains Apart – students must use the support of a team member to travel along two diverging chains.
Nitro Crossing – students are bushwalkers trapped with only one way out. They must swing across a ‘chasm’ to safety with all their equipment.
Squares – students must traverse a set of four intervals of chain using only one support rope that must also be shared with other players.
The Log – students are bushwalkers that must negotiate over a ‘rock wall’ to complete their trek.
Keep in Step – Students need to coordinate their steps as they ‘walk’ as a team across an open area.
Communication Challenge – students work in pairs to complete challenges that require verbal and listening skills and challenge their communication skill.
Reversibility – all team members must reverse their order while balancing on a plank.
Note: Some of these activities can only be run by Bournda EEC staff who have completed necessary training and follow procedures to ensure the safety of your students.