Outdoor healthcare programs
Announcing a change to program delivery.
Dooloomai programs will now be delivered via another fantastic Bush Adventure Therapy organisation, Adventure Works adventureworks.org.au. This transition provides ongoing security for the wonderful work of our practitioners, and the programs we offer. Practitioners and programs coordinators can be found via Adventure Works, don't hesitate to get in touch about all things BAT.
For empowerment, connection and wellbeing
Dooloomai have been providing Bush Adventure Therapy to the Tasmanian Community for 30 years. We provide tailored nature based adventurous activities for groups or individuals, fostering empowerment, connection and wellbeing.
Acknowledgment of Country
Dooloomai inc. recognises that we are on lutruwita - the island of Tasmania. The mountains, waterways and oceans where we adventure is Tasmanian Aboriginal Land. We honor the old people who lived, died and fought for their lands, their spirit is still in the landscapes. We honor the contemporary Aboriginal Communities of Tasmania and the communities of the future. In our work we strive to acknowledge and respect Aboriginal perspectives, culture language and history, and connect the people we work with to this journey.
"It is not the mountain we conquer, but ourselves"
Partnerships and Sponsers
We are so happy you’re interested in getting involved with our work here at DOOLOOMAI. There are so many ways for you to help, and we truly appreciate each and every effort. By lending your support, you’ll become a valuable part of our Non-Profit Organization and help to strengthen our operations.
Macpac Gear Donation
Dooloomai were the grateful recipients of Macpac's Fund For Good gear donation 2021. Access to quality gear has been invaluable to our safe and effective program delivery.
My State Grants
MyState has supported Dooloomai's valuable work with young people in Tasmania over many years. Including the construction of the organisations gear shed, 2017, and most recently The Wynyard High School Bush Adventure Therapy program, 2021.