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Start Your Family's Fun Journey

Discover the Adventure of Family Fun Start!

Unleash the power of play and learning with our newest outdoor event, "Family Fun Start". Let's step outside, connect with nature, and celebrate the resilience and creativity of our children. This two-hour outdoor adventure is designed to inspire, engage, and uplift families who believe in the magic of play-based learning. Don't just tell your kids about life's adventures – let's live them together!

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Looking for a unique, enriching experience for your kids? You're not alone!


We've designed Family Fun Start with families just like yours in mind – those seeking outdoor adventures and team-building activities for their young ones.

Spark Joy, Ignite Curiosity, Foster Connections

"What can you expect at 'Family Fun Start'?  Fun and exciting activities designed to get the kids hearts racing and everyone's spirits soaring. From challenging games to fascinating nature exploration, there's something for everyone. And the best part? You'll be there alongside your kids, sharing in their joy and discovery."

Family Fun-Start - Goals

Our "Family Fun Start" event is not just about having fun, it's about creating meaningful experiences and memories. Here are the key objectives we aim to achieve in this two-hour session:

  1. Spark Joy: Engage in games and activities that bring out the inner child in everyone, fostering laughter and happiness.

  2. Ignite Curiosity: Through nature-based learning and exploration, we aim to ignite curiosity and foster a love for learning.

  3. Foster Connections: By participating in family activities, we aim to strengthen the bonds between family members, reinforcing the importance of togetherness and love.


Fun-Start - Preparation


The Fun-Start is an outdoor adventure. As such, families need to be mindful that it can get cold, hot even rainy. The event is ON unless the rain is relentless in which case, we will notify you of a postponement or otherwise, inside the parent's private chat group.

What to bring

  • Skateboard or scooter if you have one.

  • BYO helmet (Bike or skate helmet is ok)

  • Food; Bring a healthy snack and fruit (ideal)   

  • Water: Bring your own filled water bottle

  • Footwear for walking/tramping 

  • Older clothes that can get messy are a good idea

IF you have a skateboard and/or scooter - bring them

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Forest Hill Skate Park and surrounding areas.
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Your Hosts / Facilitators

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  Arlan Harris  

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 Hanson Barry 

Your Hosts / Facilitators for this Family Fun-Start Experience. You're in good hands with us.How a Family Fun-Start can change your life. 

"Kia ora, parents! I'm Hanson, the founder of BrosJourney. As a single parent of two boys, I understand the unique joys and challenges that come with raising children. That's why I'm excited to invite you to 'Family Fun Start' – a unique event designed to bring families closer through the power of play and adventure. I believe in the transformative impact of these shared experiences, and I can't wait for you to join us."

Founder. BrosJourney


A Wonderful Family Experience

Are you ready to experience the joy of outdoor play and learning? Join us at the "Family Fun Start" event and make memories that last a lifetime. Spaces are limited to ensure a personal and engaging experience, so secure your family's spot today. Click the button below to sign up and embark on this exciting journey with us!

Committed To The Highest Standards

Safeguarding our youth

The wellbeing and ability for our youth to engage in classes, courses and retreats requires that their safety and welfare is covered too. Youth have the right to be free from harm and abuse. Child safeguarding is the set of actions that organisations can take to keep them safe from harm. ​ Child protection is an essential part of safeguarding and refers to the action taken in response to a specific concern for a child or children who may be suffering or is/are at risk of suffering harm or abuse. It requires referral to specialised child protection services, law enforcement agencies and expert local organisations that are trained to provide advice. ​ There are some laws in New Zealand that regulate child safety and we comply with and refer to those laws where appropriate.

"Working with children and youth is a privilege. They have a fundamental right to be safe."

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