Acknowledgement of country. We acknowledge and show respect for the Nyangbul people of the Bundjalung Nation - original people of the land on which we are based. We respectfully acknowledge the ancient cultural presence in the Australian landscape by First Nation people and their ongoing traditional and spiritual custodianship of the bush, rivers, lakes, beaches, marine areas and mountains that we venture into in our work.
Human Nature Adventure Therapy welcomes, celebrates, appreciates and encourages diversity. We are committed to inclusion across race, culture, ethnicity, gender, sex, sexuality, religion and ability.
Child Safety Statement of Commitment. All children and young people have a right to feel safe, and to be safe at all times. Human Nature will not tolerate any abuse or neglect of children or young people involved with our services. To read our full Child Safety Statement of Commitment click here.
Our Constitution can be viewed here.