Horses for Courses for Bush Kids founder and MD Tiani Cook is leading a group of a dozen riders through the Tjoritja/West MacDonnell National Park in the first week of the school holidays to raise awareness of issues facing Aussie bush kids and their families.
"This year is shaping up to not only be incredible weather wise, but we have a super fun group of riders signed up to test their endurance and reconnect by disconnecting from everyday life," Tiana said.
'Horses for Courses for Bush Kids uses the platform of horses to unite riders from across many different backgrounds and gives way to opportunity for conversation around the issues facing rural and remote families raising children in geographically isolated areas of Australia.
"We'll be riding through spectacular scenery and sharing stories of how outback families face challenges, overcome adversity and develop resilience in their everyday lives."
This years riders will range in age from 70 plus to just five-years-old.
If you'd like to catch up with the Horses for Courses crew on the road, head to horsesforcourses.net.au to see the itinerary.