In awe of our Country...
Well I'm back in Sydney, for a short time, consuming all that I have seen, heard, felt while being in the most amazing countryside that is Corner Country NSW. It's hard to fathom that just shy of 175 years ago Captain Charles Sturt conducted his Inland expedition across this land and with so many learnings gained along the way. These stories will become clear in the interpretation and experiences we provide in the Sturt's Steps project. But its not just about Sturt, its so much more... but you'll just have to wait as I start to bring you some magnificent stories of Outback NSW!
But I do have some exciting news. As you may or may not know the Sturt's Steps project is more of a passion and as we wait for the funding deeds and project commencement times, bills still need to be paid. So how lucky am I that I can connect my passion for outdoor space, recreation and education into my tourism experience and knowledge with the announcement of Lorick Management being awarded the Executive Office Management for Outdoors NSW.
As CEO I will be managing the organisation's annual plan and produce outcomes for a sector that is so important for our economy, our health and our natural resources. If you are in the outdoor sector... in leisure, recreation, tourism, education I urge you to get involved and see how Outdoors NSW can help you now and into the future @outdoorsnsw. I commence the role officially on 23 March, but you know you can contact me anytime in relation to opportunities for connection and collaboration; its in my blood. :)