The ACAQ is hosting its AGM on the 1 September 2022.
The meeting is open to ACAQ members and non-members and will be streamlined live. Remote and regional users are encouraged to attend online.
Online at 7pm, 1 September 2022
Link to Zoom event: https://meet.google.com/yug-ofjt-nhg
Or dial: (AU) +61 2 9051 4458
PIN: 680 519 620#
View the agenda here: Agenda
Register your attendance here: https://fb.me/e/2VPaWEW4u
Click here to view the minutes from the Executive Meeting held on the 13th January 2022.
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Click here to view the minutes from the Annual General Meeting held on the 18th August 2021.
The minutes also contains hyperlinks to all reports and documents tabled.
The Australian Climbing Accidents Register is now available online at https://www.climbingaccidents.com.au
“Through the collection and publication of information regarding recreational rock climbing accidents and near miss incidents in Australia, we hope to empower climbers to improve their skills in risk identification and mitigation. This is a volunteer-only project, please get in touch if you believe you can contribute to its development.”
Click here to visit the site.
For more information please email [email protected]
Are you new to climbing outdoors? Then you need to familiarise yourself with the Climber’s Guidelines.
This simple code of conduct will help secure the future of climbing in Queensland by focusing on sustainability and access for all user groups!
Click here to view the document.
Last updated: 28 April 2021