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Program Manager at Outdoors Queensland

Angela’s extensive experience in local government recreation and sport enabled her to grow her passion for planning, delivering and advocating for better outdoor recreation places, spaces, programs an d services. A short stint in Sport and Recreation Qld projected her into the outdoor recreation policy area which greatly assisted in her return and ongoing career in local government. Angela worked for 17 years for Redland City Council in the City Spaces Group until her semi-retirement in 2017. She continued her voluntary work with Nature Play Qld (Nature Play Spaces Program) until 2019 when she returned to full timework to fill the enormous shoes left by Hyahno Moser, Program Manager for Nature Play QLD.

Workshop Title: Lets’ build a playful neighbourhood (Logan)!

Workshop Outline:
Logan Children from Berrinba East & Eagleby South State Schools will join in for a hands-on workshop to create a playful cardboard neighbourhood!

Using recycled materials such as cardboard and material offcuts, children will work collectively to investigate how their neighbourhood could be more playful and child-friendly. Led by the workshop facilitators, children will first collectively discuss their aspirations and ideas for a more playful Logan. After the initial brainstorming session, the participants will create a collective masterplan vision and work together to build their ideas into a large-scale carboard city.

Note: Parents are welcome to accompany their children, but are not required to stay for the workshop

Keynote Hyahno
Forum Facilitator Hyahno
Forum Hyahno (NPN)
Forum Hyahno: kidNPN
Hyahno Workshop
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