Buddy Up Australia believe in providing connection and purpose to our members and immediate families of those who serve our country. We do that through fitness activities and volunteering opportunities. We also look for alternatives to alcohol consumption. That’s where coffee comes in!
Buddy Up Australia is extremely thankful to have the support of the Acute Accounting team. We have William Ayo (right) and Spencer Broad (left in picture above) checking that our numbers all add up. William has been providing in-kind support in the form of accounting advice since Dec 2018.
Buddy Up Australia’s aim is to provide connection and purpose to our members. Recently, we shared this vision at the 2020 Veteran Wellbeing Summit, thanks to Jacqui Van de Velde from Wellbeing Australia. Their theme was ‘action, Hope and transformation.’ Here is the podcast
Thanks to Integral, we have been invited to their 15 min weekly meditation session to get our zen on. Meditation seems like the new buzz word but it’s been around a long time, especially at Integral. They believe that calm leaders make better decisions which lead to more productive and
Drum roll please … The winner of the WA Travel Raffle for 2020 is … Mr Tony Mitchell Thanks to The Family Travel Company, there are three sensational prize options: Turquoise Adventure CBD Delight Rottnest Day of Your Lives Tony has a month to decide which option he’ll
Thanks to the Family Travel Company, Buddy Up Australia are excited to offer our WA travel major raffle! The winner will get to make a choice from three sensational options: Turquoise Adventure, CBD Delight or the Rottnest Day of Your Lives. The hardest part will be choosing! You can purchase
1005km seems a long way, especially if you’re hiking! That’s what Ray Baker, Buddy Up Australia member is undertaking from Albany on ANZAC Day 2020. If you’ve every considered walking the whole or part of the Bibbulmun Track this is your chance. Ray wants some buddies to
Some people call the Kokoda track a rite of passage for all Australians. Have you considered taking the trek? From 10-20 August 2020, Buddy Up Australia are sending a team of members over to Papua New Guinea to trek the Kokoda Track. Participants will be able to follow in the footsteps of
Thanks to Duff TV, Buddy Up Australia now has its first promotional video! Martin Duffy worked with Kris Amiet, our Hobart Chapter leader, and gifted us 20 hours of editing time. We’re stoked with the result! Duff TV has been operating since 1999 and are based in Southern Tasmania. They
Buddy Up Australia aims to keep our buddies in the ‘well zone’ of mental and physical health. We do that through connection and purpose with fitness and volunteering events. Buddies include serving or ex-serving Police, Fire, Ambulance, Army, Air Force and/or Navy. One of Buddy Up