We are a tough bunch of outdoor enthusiasts here at Abley. Early on Saturday, Abley and Interpret staff and their families caught the Tranzalpine to spectacular Arthur’s Pass where we stayed at the Arthur’s Pass Outdoor Education Centre. Once settled, some embarked on a tortuous climb up Avalanche Peak, while others enjoyed a gentler meander through the nearby forest. The evening was filled with a pot luck dinner, board games and children’s fun. Besides sore legs the next day, everyone had a great time.
The curve risk model work that was developed as part of the Eastern Bay of Plenty Signature Project has been published in the Journal of the Australasian College of Road Safety (ACRS).
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