Whole Nine Yards | Marty Melville
Young hunters: Harry Scoltock, second from right in this 1962 photo with his group, Hillary Watch, came across a litter of pigs on his way back from a tramp during Outward Bound’s first course in 1962. The boys caught three: “One of the people involved with the school dispatched them and showed us how to skin them.” Instructor John Hebron is pictured far right.
NZ rowers taking part in rowing/sailing activity during Outward Bound camp at Anakiwa in 2009. Joseph Sullivan standing at stern.
Students completing the ‘service’ aspect of their course.
Heading out: Students prepare for an expedition in Outward Bound’s early days.
Lord Cobham opening the school in 1962
Outward Bound Classic course participants help make the track between Picton and Havelock in 2007
Womens' first: Cobham Outward Bound’s first women’s group in 1973.
Outward Bound 2005
Scott Moffat from Wanaka and Nick Kent from Hong Kong rowing out to find wind in the Queen Charlotte Sound. Outward Bound 2006
The first Outward Bound Anakiwa mens' course 1962
Fifty years on: One of Cobham Outward Bound’s first instructors John Hebron, left, reunites with one of his first students, Harry Scoltock, half a century after they met, at the Outward Bound film premiere in Wellington in April 2012.
Director Steve Hall with instructors Sekita-Ra Mennie, Glenn Dakers, Aaron Agnew and Paul Mallamaci. Outward Bound was voted the best place to work in 2007.
Donna Wightman at Outward Bound in 2002
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