Provisional agenda

 

Provisional Brumby Week program 25th August – 1st September 2019. Please be aware that this program is flexible, due to weather conditions activities are subject to change with health and safety being our first priority.

 

 

Sunday 25/8

Monday 26/8

Tuesday 27/8

Wednesday 28/8

Thursday 29/8

Friday 30/8

Saturday 31/8

0630 – 0720

 

Breakfast in the Bough Shed

Breakfast in the Bough Shed

Breakfast in the Bough Shed

Breakfast in the Bough Shed

Breakfast in the Bough Shed

Breakfast in the Bough Shed

SHUTTLE to Alice Springs.

0745 – 0900

 

Handling Brumbies with Brian, Anna and BushMob: watch our Brumby masters handle Australia’s feral horses

Handling Brumbies with Brian, Anna and BushMob: watch our Brumby masters handle Australia’s feral horses

Handling Brumbies with Brian, Anna and BushMob: watch our Brumby masters handle Australia’s feral horses

Handling Brumbies with Brian, Anna and BushMob: watch our Brumby masters handle Australia’s feral horses

Handling Brumbies with Brian, Anna and BushMob: watch our Brumby masters handle Australia’s feral horses

 

0900 – 1015

 

Pick up packed lunch and travel to Karrke: Ingigenous Immersion [ALL]

Pick up packed lunch and travel to activity [Small groups]

Pick up packed lunch and travel to activity [Small groups]

Pick up packed lunch and travel to activity [Small groups]

Free time for KCS activities of your choice/ packing.

 

1000 – 1600

SHUTTLE to Brumby Week.

 

You must arrive in Alice Springs by Midday Latest. It takes 3-5 hours to travel to Kings Creek Station.

Karrke: Ingigenous Immersion [ALL]

Rotating small group activities:

–          Brumby Safari & watching at the waterhole

–          Watarrka Hike

–          Tracking wildlife & ecology bushwalk

Rotating small group activities:

–          Brumby Safari & watching at the waterhole

–          Watarrka Hike

–          Tracking wildlife & ecology bushwalk

Rotating small group activities:

–          Brumby Safari & watching at the waterhole

–          Watarrka Hike

–          Tracking wildlife & ecology bushwalk

What can we do about the brumbies? White paper discussion & lunch together [ALL]

BW-Only guests: Your flights must leave Alice Springs after Midday. It takes 3-5 hours to travel to Alice Springs.

1600 – 1800

Arrive in Kings Creek Station

Free time

Free time

Free time

Free time

Free time/ group relax

 

1800 – 1900

Dinner at The Stock Camp

Dinner at The Stock Camp

Dinner at The Stock Camp

Dinner at The Stock Camp

Dinner at The Stock Camp

Dinner at The Stock Camp

 

1900 – 2200

Welcome to Brumby Week & Orientation –

Ian Conway &

BW Team

Brumbies & adventurers of the Mereenie – Prof Chris Pollitt & Dr Brian Hampson

The Desert Bumby II and other films

The Kaimanawa horses of New Zealand – Wayne Linklater

Poetry & damper around the fire

The wild stories of feral horse & animal management – Dr Dave Berman

Brumby Trivia

Poetry & damper around the fire

 

Guest speakers & team

Dr Wayne Linklater

Dr Wayne Linklater

International Guest Speaker

New Zealand Kaimanawa horse expert

Dr Dave Berman

Dr Dave Berman

National Guest speaker

Feral animal management expert, bush poet & ecologist

Professor Chris Pollitt

Professor Chris Pollitt

Organiser & Speaker

Horse vetrinarian, hoof, and brumby expert

Dr Brian Hampson

Dr Brian Hampson

Organiser & brumby wrangler

Natural horseman practitioner, trainer, and brumby expert

Anna Uhrig

Anna Uhrig

Organiser & brumby wrangler

Natural horsewoman, brumby trainer, & ecologist

Mikhara Ramsing

Mikhara Ramsing

Organiser & MC

Hiking & outdoor adventurer leader

Elise Stephenson

Elise Stephenson

Organiser

Photographer and researcher