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Meet The Bennie Family

The Bennie Family are passionate about inspiring families to get outdoors and into adventure!  Scott and Kate have always been active but since having their boys, they have realised how easy it is to be too busy with everyday life and miss out on the massive learning and growth opportunities that outdoor adventure provides for kids.

Scott and Kate have made the decision to be intentional about introducing the boys to adventure, and to make it a priority for their family.  While sharing about their journey on social media, Sons of Adventure was born.  The brainchild of Scott, Sons of Adventure is meant to encourage other families to slow down, disconnect and build bonds together as a family through adventure.

Sons of Adventure is all about finding adventure where you are and with what is available to you.  Taking the time and making the effort to explore, camp, hike, paddle…  Scott and Kate have been amazed at the difference that it has made in the boys lives – they are more independent, resilient and responsible, ready to take on challenges, overcome fears and push their own boundaries.

Sons of Adventure, and their message, have featured in mainstream media, including national television and they are excited to take their message to the world!

Want To Work With Us?

Sons Of Adventure is all about getting more and more people, especially families, out and about into the great Australian outdoors. If you’re with a company, brand, organisation or community group, and you can see a way to get the word out there in a Win/Win collaboration, then we’re all ears!

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