Stories

Stories

Karens not slowing down anytime soon

Karens not slowing down anytime soon

Karen Tills took on an Outward Bound Masters course for her 50th birthday. Now she’s turning 60 and is heading to the high and remote Himalayan valleys. Read more

Tortuga Launch

Tortuga Launch

With nearly 1,800 people coming through Anakiwa each year, it's essential that all of our life saving equipment is fully equipped and ready to rock in the rare case of an emergency. With our Matakana launch getting near retirement, we're reaching out for a new Tortuga launch to keep our students safe at sea. Read more

Waka Ama

Waka Ama

For years our students have kayaked and sailed their way through the Marlborough Sounds on their Outward Bound course and thanks to Project Refresh Anakiwa, future students will get to experience the uniquely NZ, waka ama. Read more

Double Watch House

Double Watch House

Your Watch House is a special place during your time at Outward Bound. It where you relax after your busy days, get some time out, and enjoy the company of your Watchmates. That's why we're prioritising building a new double Watch House as a part of Project Refresh Anakiwa. Read more

Laura Stuart and the Floating Pontoon

Laura Stuart and the Floating Pontoon

After her accident, Laura was left in a wheelchair. She loved her Outward Bound course, but had trouble getting up to Te Kainga homestead. So as our first major development in Project Refresh Anakiwa, we're doing something about it! Read more

Project Refresh Anakiwa - A letter from Dick Hubbard

Project Refresh Anakiwa - A letter from Dick Hubbard

Anakiwa - for those of us who have been fortunate enough to ‘do’ an Outward Bound course the word Anakiwa is not just a place name, its the soul of Outward Bound. Join us in restoring and refreshing this special location that means so much to so many. Read more

Living in the moment- Chelsea's Masters Course

Living in the moment- Chelsea's Masters Course

Learning to deal with the unexpected is a skill. Read about how Chelsea learnt to live in the moment. Read more