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Q Station Challenges Teams Who “Dared to be Scared” To Solve “Who Dun It” New team building activities and Aboriginal Perspectives now available

April 18, 2017 Hotel News No Comments Email Email

For the ultimate office day away this year, look no further than Q Station with new conferences & events activity offerings now available, with the fascinating history of the property all woven in.

New Team Building Activities

Who Dun It?

A quarantined murder mystery, the scene is set for a step back in time to the 1800s where the quarantine of the Samuel Plimsoll is nearing its end. Events take an unexpected turn – a ghastly murder has occurred and will need to be solved before the group can be release from quarantine. Each member will take on the role of a quarantined passenger or Quarantine staff, moving to key locations for the search of clues to unravel the mystery.

Priced at $1,200.00 for a 90 minute activity in a group of 24*.

Dared to be Scared

A twist on the classic Q Station Ghostly Encounters Tour, this is the perfect combination of terrifying and entertaining. The tour will go through key heritage buildings where special Quarantine characters await as they lurk in the shadowy corners waiting to share their stories.

Priced at $1,200 for a 90 minute tour in a group of 24*.

For organisations already holding a conference or event at Q Station, ‘Who Dun It’ is also available as a break-out activity. Conditions apply.

Aboriginal Perspectives

In addition to the new team building activities, Q Station has partnered with Shared Path, an incubator for Indigenous Entrepreneurial talent, to provide Aboriginal perspectives offerings for conferences & events.

Welcome to Country

Start conferences & events on the right note with a “Welcome to Country”, a ceremony of respect to acknowledge the traditional owners of the land. The ceremony will be performed by an Aboriginal custodian of the land and provides knowledge of the land being gathered on and safe travel on country.

Priced at $1,210.00 for a 45 minutes ceremony.

Dance Group with Smoking Ceremony

Watch Aboriginal Dancers bring the sounds, stories and wisdom from the world’s oldest culture to the modern world. The ancient ceremonial performances share history, culture and identity with the dancers being spectacular in performance and amazing custodians of the culture.

Priced at $1,210.00 for a 45 minutes ceremony.

Aboriginal Tour

Come walk on country and learn to see, smell, taste and experience it through the eyes of the Aboriginal people. Gain insight on a unique piece of land as well as the history and identity of one of the oldest continuous cultures in the world.

Priced at $726.00 for a 2-hour tour in a group of 12*.

Set in the beautiful Sydney Harbour National Park, Q Station’s team building activities are the perfect way to have some fun and build team camaraderie within organisations.  Teams build businesses, so come along to Q Station to build teams.

*For groups of more than 12 for the Aboriginal Tour and more than 24 for Who Dun It? and Dared to be Scared, please contact the Events team for a customised quote.

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