We’ve found 2 events you may find interesting:

The Big Camp Out

14 October 2017
The Big Camp Out is back again at Domain Stadium. To be held on Saturday 14 October 2017, the event will be bigger and better than last year.

The 2016 Big Camp Out was an event that provided over 300 fathers & kids the chance to spend quality one-on-one time in a unique camping experience.

Held at Domain Stadium in 2016, the feedback was incredible. The event is sure to be hugely popular in 2017.

Dads & Kids participate in a range of fun activities under the expert guidance of event partner OutdoorsWA.

Keep an eye out for our updated event website and ticketing information. We expect these will be available in July 2017.

Oct 14

The Big Camp Out

Domain Stadium, Subiaco Road.
When was the last time you took time out, unplugged from modern technology and spent quality time with your child?

As part of The Fathering Project, The Big Camp Out offers fathers the chance to spend quality one-on-one time with their child in a unique camp out experience at the current home ground of the Eagles & Dockers, Domain Stadium.
Oct 28

The Fathering Project Corporate Bike Ride

Lexus of Perth - 359 Scarborough Beach Road, Osborne Park, WA 6017
The Fathering Project Corporate Bike Ride is a wonderful opportunity to have a fun social ride with other reasonably experienced bike riders. The ride is brought to you by Lexus of Perth and Primewest with support by NAB, JLL, Deloitte and Rydges.

Included in the registration fee is an excellent riding jersey and breakfast at The Esplanade in Fremantle. Why not register for this event to have a safe and fun ride whilst supporting The Fathering Project?

The ride will be an escorted ride of 63 km, starting at Lexus of Perth at 6.15am and conclude at The Esplanade in Fremantle . It is not a race and therefore the pace will be a steady 28 - 34 km p h. Safety is critical, therefore the pelotons will be managed by a lead and rear Lexus vehicle, with all riders to comply with the road rules.

Funds raised will assist The Fathering Project in delivering their schools program to regional and disadvantaged schools. The Fathering Project is a unique preventative program that improves child development outcomes by improving the performance of fathers and father figures.