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Onward Bound: The First Fifty Years of Outward Bound Australia

By Helen G. Klaebe

Abstract

Onward Bound: — the first 50 years of Outward Bound Australia traces the founding and development of this unique, non-profit, non-government organization. From its earnest beginnings in a climate of post war cultural change, Outward Bound Australia (OBA) has adapted to remain relevant and currently attracts some 5,000 participants a year to its courses.\ud \ud The scouring of archival and public records combined with personal stories from past and present OBA founders, staff and participants makes this a colourful social history of an organisation that in the past fifty years has touched more than 250,000 Australian lives

Topics: Outward Bound Australia, history, Outdoor education, Australia, history
Publisher: Outward Bound Australia
Year: 2005
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.qut.edu.au:6105
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