Big life in a tiny house

When a 30-foot stringybark fell on Andrew Bell’s canvas tent, he knew it was time to find a new place to live. Luckily he wasn’t home at the time, otherwise the tree would have broken more than just tent poles. The outdoor education student spent most of his first year camped on a regenerated bush... Continue Reading →

Outdoor ed’s Mob mentality

Troy Surkitt has strong ties to The Mob. In fact he’s the president. Yeah, he’s a good fella, but that’s about as close to the mafia as this mob gets. The Mob is the club of La Trobe University Bendigo’s outdoor education students, and one of the most popular clubs at the regional campus. It... Continue Reading →

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