Here is a map I made for the Numinbah Valley Environmental Education Centre for the upcoming Duke of Edinburgh Expedition where youngsters walk 15km from Springbrook to NVEEC then kayak 5km to the Western Boatramp.
Varsity College is introducing orienteering into its curriculum so I offered to make a map of the oval across the road. It doesn’t have a school campus like most schools.
The Lab is a weekly opportunity for “high functioning autistic” (aka Asperger’s) teenagers to get together and make things on their computers with guidance from adult mentors. It’s challenging to find so I volunteered a map:
Two A3 maps of a chunk of the Gold Coast for the Great Adventure Challenge 2015 run by Gary at maxadventure.com.au and raising remarkable sums of money for the Starlight Children’s Foundation. Participants ran, paddled and rode between 4 and 7 hours to complete the courses:
My brand new orienteering map of Silkwood School. The former owner(s) of the land still live in the two houses on the hill:
The open areas used to be a plant nursery and are being progressively planted and rehabilitated. Glossy Black cockatoos have been recorded here.