Participate - Indigenous
Tour de Nunga 2014 - 17 - 20 October
What is the Tour de Nunga?
The Tour de Nunga is an exciting annual Mountain Biking event and ongoing mentoring program that will encourage people in regional South Australian Aboriginal communities to get fit, be active and encourage others in their communities to do so.
The Tour de Nunga Ride is a staged event over three days in which the identified ride leaders will lead their groups through various rides. The 2014 Tour de Nunga 'Around the Pound' will be based at the Wilpena Pound Resort camping grounds, Flinders Ranges.
In summary, the Tour de Nunga 'Around the Pound' Ride will consist of:
- Three Days Mountain biking in and around Wilpena Pound
- Basic bike education session
- Drug and Alcohol information session (ADAC Inc)
- Culture and History session about the region
*Pease note, riders will need to be 18 years or older to participate, unless prior permission is negotiated with the ride director.
A $50.00 registration fee is required.
(Included in the registration fee, participants will receive;
- x1 Ride Jersey
- Camp site and National Park fee
- All meals - excluding breakfast and lunch on Friday 17 October
- A Loan bike and helmet will be provided for each participant if needed.
Get in quick! Only 70 spots available.
To register please click on link: http://forms.bizgate.sa.gov.au/recsport/tourdenunga
For further information regarding the Tour please the following:
We acknowledge and respect the traditional custodians whose ancestral lands we are travelling on. We acknowledge the deep feelings of attachment and relationship of Aboriginal people to country. We also pay respects to the cultural authority of Aboriginal people who may be undertaking or assisting in the event from other areas of South Australia/Australia.
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Programs / Services
Indigenous Sport Program
The Office for Recreation and Sport (ORS) manages the Indigenous Sport Program (ISP) on behalf of the Australian Sports Commission and the Department of Health and Ageing (DoHA). Indigenous Sport Development Officers (ISDO) assist the development of sporting and accreditation programs in their respective regional areas. They are based at the following locations throughout South Australia:
Based in the Adelaide office the ISDO is responsible for the Southern region of the State which includes the Adelaide Metropolitan area, Yorke Peninsula, Riverland, Murraylands, South East, Kangaroo Island and the Fleurieu Peninsula. For further information please call 08 7424 7607.
Based in Port Augusta the ISDO is responsible for the Northern Region of the State which includes Port Augusta, Whyalla, Port Pirie, Woomera, Marree, Nepabunna, Coober Pedy, Oodnadatta and the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatara (APY) Lands. For further information please call 08 8641 3222.
Based in Port Lincoln the ISDO is responsible for the Far West Coast Region which includes Oak Valley, Yalata, Koonibba, Ceduna, Eyre Peninsula and Port Lincoln. For further information please call 08 8683 0844.
For further information:
Indigenous Sport Program
Office for Recreation and Sport
Phone: +61 8 7424 7677
Grants - Sport and Recreation Development and Inclusion Program
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