The Outdoor Educators Association of Queensland (OEAQ) was established in 1981 to represent the interests of individuals and organisations involved in Outdoor Education and to encourage and lead the development of professional practice in Outdoor Education in Queensland.
OEAQ is an independent, non-government, not-for-profit association incorporated in Queensland. While retaining its independence, OEAQ is a member of Outdoor Education Australia, a national network of outdoor education associations. OEAQ is also a member of the Joint Council of Queensland Teacher Associations and the Queensland Outdoor Recreation Federation (QORF).
Get to know your OEAQ
Find out how OEAQ supports the outdoor ed community in Queensland and the benefits of being a member. Connect with your local outdoor ed community. Take advantage of training, resources and all that’s happening in your state.
Jobs Going in the Sunshine State
Enjoy sunshine, mild weather and great challenges and learning opportunities. Check out our Hub Job page to see if there’s any casual or permanent jobs going in Queensland.
Upcoming Queensland Events
OEAQ is hosting Sue Waite at ACU in Banyo on 9th June 2017 from 6pm – 8pm to discuss “If outdoor learning is the answer, what is the question?”
For other events in Queensland and around Australia that might be of interest to your professional development be sure to visit our Event pages.