Adelaide's Amazing Race - Team Building Adelaide
Fun, active and outdoors
from 12 to 250 people
Daily on demand
Team bags, bandannas, drink bottles, challenges, modes transport and more
From $1200 for 12+ people
Adelaide's Amazing Race is a Beyond the Boardroom specialty!
This team event in Adelaide incorporates 4 checkpoints in various parks around Adelaide, South Australia. Each checkpoint includes a challenge of some type which encourages team work and creative thinking.
The race is designed to include the 5 dysfunctions of a team highlighting the teams knowlege of accountability, trust, commitment, team results and conflict.
Teams are normally in groups of 4-12 people and includes team bandannas, water bottles, team bags, snacks, ponchos and more.
Racing around Adelaide the teams pass through various checkpoints, and although the aim is to be the fastest team, there is a twist. The more photos the team gets in front of Adelaide's monuments and icons and the more modes of transport the teams use, the more time deductions the team gets. This means that the fastest team to the finish line may not actually win as a slower team may have been more creative and strategic and have more time deductions.
Adelaide's Amazing Race is suitable for groups of 12 to 250+ people, it is great fun and a wonderful way to reward your team, showcase Adelaide and get your team out of their comfort zone.
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How it works
Adelaide's Amazing Race has multiple routes - groups can either start and finish in the CBD or start in the CBD and finish at Glenelg. The race is normally 3 hours but can be tailored to suit individual requirements.
Once you check the date and book your experience, the Beyond the Boardroom team will customise the race to suit your finish location and reiterate any company values or messages you would like communicated to the team.
The race is suitable for most fitness levels but if you have concerns please speak to our experience managers. Teams will travel around 5km and use multiple modes of transport along the way.