BushLab

Testimonials

 

Our client groups share a word about BushLab…

 

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The Great Corporate Blend-Off was fantastic and I had so many comments from the team that they thoroughly enjoyed the activity!

 Thanks so much for your enthusiasm and professionalism it really added to our conference outcomes.

 Kind regards,

Carly
Learning and Development Manager
Sanofi

 


 

Dear Scott,

Thank you for your follow up email regarding our staff getaway at Hidden Vale. The photo’s are great!!

I was very pleased with the enthusiasm and participation of the group which was a result of your fun and engaging presentation style. I think for our conference groups both the didjeridu and the blending program would work very well and I would be happy to recommend you.

Kind regards,

Anne-Marelle Meijer
General Manager
Spicers Peak Lodge


 

“Hi there Scott,

 I was one of the lucky people from PresCare invited to attend your workshop on Tuesday morning. So many participants I have spoken with, like myself,  thoroughly enjoyed your session  and particularly appreciated the way you engaged our entire group.

 I loved the way you provided us with a taste of aboriginal culture, stories, and of course your talent with the didgeridoo. I had a heap of fun and learnt something I never thought possible.

 Thanks very much Scott – I will be sure to mention your business to others 🙂

 Kind regards,

 Vicki Mannion” 


 

Hi Scott,

“I want to pass on a big Thank You from the group for your memorable session at our retreat.

We all had a fantastic time challenging ourselves to learn a new skill (some of us were obviously quicker learners than others!). Hearing the stories of your experiences with traditional masters (and the kids) in Arnhem Land was a bonus and I know the group appreciated your honesty and sincerity. Your respect and enthusiasm for traditional indigenous culture is reflected in your playing and teaching and definitely had a positive impact on the group and their experience.

So again, a huge thank you!!”  

N. Woodcock LGAQ