Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Australian Nudist Activities

Story by R.U Nude
1st September 2009
Have you ever wondered why nudists don't have more fun things to do in life other than play a few sports and laze at the beach? Recently I have started making enquiries of activity providers and found that a number of them are quite happy to offer nudist adventure experiences just as they do for our textile counterparts. The only conclusion I can come to is that nobody has tried to organise such nudist activities before now. It's high time we lifted our lifestyle out of the duldrums and raised our profile and activity levels with some fun, out-doorsy, adrenaline packed adventure.
My recent enquiries have been into skiing, flying, caving, tandem skydiving, kite surfing, kayaking, para sailing, wine tasting, bush walking, surfing, tandem hang gliding, dinner parties, helicopter flights, archery, target shooting, adventure tours, wine tastings/tours, dolphin/whale watching, skydiving, abseiling, ballooning, snorkeling, diving, sailing, jet skiing, farm stays, horse riding, outback tours, white water rafting, canoeing, and fishing trips. I am sure there are many more things naturists could do, but this is just a start. Already I have had some positive responses. Could you see yourself doing some of these activities in the buff?
Many of our younger naturists complain that there is just not enough things for naturists to do, and not everyone wants to sit around a stuffy old club playing petanique and badminton. We live in a fast paced time, and there is little reason why nudists should not be able to participate in modern events and activities. Of course, there are inherent dangers involved in some of these activities (other than the usual) and naturists need to be aware that additional precautions may be required. Obviously, legal ramifications need to also be considered, and most of the events and activities need to be conducted on private land, or special permission gained first.
The provision of these activities relies on the goodwill of the providers and the good behaviour of the naturists concerned. As business enterprises, naturists will be expected to pay the same fees that textile participants would, and behave in the same courteous and respectful manner, despite being nude. As with all business ventures, they can only exist and survive with regular patronage. As such, we will are seeking expressions of interest (genuine interest) from naturists who would be interested in participating in these types of activities. Given that this is likely to be the first time they have been offered and conducted in Australia, they also provide an excellent opportunity for positive publicity for naturism. If you are interested in participating, please express your interest below:



adrian said...

One of the greatest feelings is to be active in the outdoors without clothes. It is what the body is meant to feel. I dont know why more people dont do this as the normal natural way to do things. We should not hide. Lets educate each other and give more the courage to be natural selves.

I love to go bushwalking, swimming, rockclimbing and mountain biking in national parks in the nude. The way it ought to be.

FETE VIDAL said...

Regards from Spain!!!
There is a review in my blog of your blog in order That my readers could read you from Spain!!!!

Anonymous said...

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