The 40th Celebration
In 1972 a suggestion was put forward by members of the Rangiora and Belfast - Kaiapoi Rotary Clubs… “Why not build a tin shed somewhere up in the mountains where our local high school kids can experience the high country of Canterbury.” 6 years later the Boyle River Outdoor Education Centre was opened.
This October we will be celebrating 40 years of developing outdoor education and recreation programmes for the youth of Canterbury.
Our mission is to provide opportunities for physical activity and personal and social development utilising the facilitation of adventure activities and the outdoor environment.
To celebrate this milestone we are holding a dinner function in Rangiora followed by a weekend of adventure at the Boyle River this coming Labour Weekend. See below for registration.
Is to provide opportunities for physical activity and personal and social development utilising the facilitation of adventure activities and the outdoor environment.
WHAT WE DO
We offer unique programmes designed to meet the outcomes and objectives of each different group. Our programmes reflect what is important for your group and are targeted at the needs of the participants.
The Boyle family extends far and wide. From graduate cadets, the school community, to the volunteer Guardians that are crucuial to the running of our centre.
To find out how you can become part of the Boyle family get in touch now.