Bruny Island Lodge Corporate Retreat

March 14, 2017

Bruny Island Lodge corporate retreat soccer match
March 14, 2017
Bruny Island Coastal Retreats was pleased to host a corporate retreat at Bruny Island Lodge in March 2017. A group of 20+ employees from a Melbourne based international company stayed for several days and participated in team building events, such as soccer, laser tag, kayak racing, raft-building, archery, and a mini golf tournament. Far away from the stresses of the busy financial centres of New York and London, the clean and tranquil surrounds of Bruny Island were a complete get-away from their usual environment. The corporate retreat gave them the opportunity to relax, enjoy the clean fresh air and water of Bruny Island, and take part in activities such as bushwalking, bike riding, surfing and fishing, or simply unwinding beside the fireplace and reading a book.

Gallery

Bruny Island Lodge Kayak race Kayak race There goes my kayak Laser skirmish All ready for some laser skirmish Dinner at Bruny Island Lodge Dinner at Bruny Island Lodge Relaxing by the outside fire at Bruny Island Lodge Relaxing by the outside fire at Bruny Island Lodge Golf tournament Raft building exercise Racing rafts Racing rafts Soccer match Soccer match Soccer match Soccer match Some surfing time Table tennis Archery competition Archery competition The winning team

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