Here are a few moments captured from our amazing clients and students from around Central Queensland. If you would like to use any of our images please contact us!
Damper over an open fire
The Edenbrook community learn about making damper on a stick at Camp Edenbrook
Bluff State School
Students enjoy one of our workshops at Bluff State School
Preparing the base board
Carl prepares a base board for a student to make fire using a friction fire method
Malachi's creations from a range of chert stone including arrow heads, knives and spear heads
Part of Rocky Instincts display table which is available for students to look at and touch when we deliver workshops
Traditional Fibre Craft
Part of our display table dedicated to fire and rope making from natural materials
Display of traditional items
Our display has a range of items including traditional knives, rope, skins and tools that were made using old techniques
Struck Oil dry rainforest
An area in Struck Oil which is untouched dry rainforest - such an amazing place to explore and learn from
Starting off on our walk during a camp at Struck Oil
International students visiting CQU view our display tables at one of our workshops
Bow drill fire making
Malachi using the bow drill to demonstrate a fire making method used for hundreds if not thousands of years...
There is nothing like creating fire traditionally - all the hard work is worth it!
Interest in nature
A fun family session at Yeppoon with a young explorer!
A youngster sorts through our sand boxes to unearth some artefacts
During a session at the Capricornia School of Distance Education - the students help make the start of a fire
Malachi, Jessie and Carl in front of one of our travelling shelters
The Morning Bulletin
An article featuring Malachi and his passion for traditional skills in the Rockhampton Morning Bulletin
Hand drill fires
Students from Heights College practice using the hand drill method of fire making
Primitive technology today
A hand drill set and stone tool made by Malachi using traditional techniques
Camping at Struck Oil
This is how students camp when coming out to our Struck Oil headquarters for our camps - in a stealth bivy! Small but well protected from the elements!
Gracemere State School Boys
The boys from a Gracemere State School camp during 2017
Students from Heights College undertake a shelter building activity on their leadership camp at Coolwaters Holiday Village
Trapping ancestral style
Carl demonstrates how this bamboo trap from Asia was used in the past to students
Seth having fun
Seth during the Romp in the Park event in 2018 which celebrates under 8s week
Making a fire
Seth making a fire for the under 8s at Romp in the Park at the Rockhampton Botanic Gardens 2018
Jessie's new best friend
Jessie having a cuddle with a stumpy tail lizard during the St Lawrence Wetlands day 2018. We had a great time next to Cooberrie Park who have amazing reptiles on display!
Malachi and Micah
Malachi and Micah enjoying the open campfire at the Rockhampton Heritage Village before a session
Capricorn Caves Fossil open day
Malachi can sure draw a crowd! Here he is demonstrating a fire making technique from the past during the open day at the Capricorn Caves in 2017.
Arapuca Bird Trap
Malachi demonstrating how this south american styled bird trap works with some interested onlookers
Hand drill ember
The start of a hand drill fire - the baby or the ember which has been created with friction
Coconut leaf weaving
Here are some of Malachi's coconut leaf creations that are on display
Detail of our travelling shelter and how it is tied together using natural materials
Actual artefact from Gangalu country
One of the artefacts found on country at Struck Oil which is in Gangalu country - its amazing to see what our elders created and how it is still in place.
A snapshot of our first NOMADS session held at the Rockhampton Heritage Village
Beauty of fire
A beautiful start of a fire - the ember created by hand using friction and natural materials