Team Building Ideas
Luxuriate in a team building day with no daunting challenges. Enjoy a leisurely walk along a coastal stretch of Royal National Park’s Coast Track. Lunch in a beachside dining tent and have the afternoon to hold a meeting, play beach cricket or have a swim. This team building idea promotes the principle that the shared activity in a pristine natural setting is team building in itself. It allows your team to bond as they learn more about eachother as far removed from the office environment as possible. (Games that involve a winning team can be included if required).
Learn the secrets of great photography from a professional. Your team will learn how to take amazing shots that you can frame on your office wall or publish in your next e-newsletter. The principles are the same whether you use the camera on your mobile phone, a ‘point and shoot’ or a digital SLR, so it’s not important what camera your team members bring with them. Photos can be loaded onto a PC and judged by our photographer if a ‘winner’ is desired.
Engage your organisation in a socially responsible activity and deliver your team building objectives through Corporate Volunteering.
Example Itinerary 1 for Team Building Ideas
7:15am Depart city offices in private bus
8:15am Arrive Cronulla for briefing
8:30am Depart Cronulla on ferry to Bundeena
9:00am Arrive Bundeena to commence walk
10:30am Morning Tea on walk
12:00pm – 1:00 pm Arrive at Wattamolla
1:00 pm Lunch
2:00 pm Afternoon activities
4:00 pm Depart in private bus
5:00pm Arrive city offices
Example Itinerary 2 for Team Building Ideas
9:00am Depart city offices by private bus
10:00am Arrive Royal National Park
10:15am Welcome and activity briefing by NPWS Ranger.
10:30am Morning tea
10:45am Morning activity
1:30pm Afternoon activity
3:00pm Afternoon tea
3:30pm Private bus departs for city offices
4:30pm Arrive city offices
Support the Environment
Sydney Coast Walks donates 5% of all proceeds from team building activities to the Foundation for National Parks and Wildlife. Your support enables the Foundation to save threatened animal species and purchase private land to add to Australia’s national parks and nature reserves, as well as directing resources for essential upkeep and maintenance.