The latest Get Outside event wound up the 2015/16 summer season with the leadership training being completed. This included two of the participants being interviewed by two local T.V. stations and the all the leaders undertaking training in delivering  “sensory” experiences. Being competent in delivering “sensory” experiences ensures that GO leaders – despite language barriers are able to assist people new to Tasmania to connect to Tasmania using sight, sound, touch and taste. The training was then followed by the experience of an Afghani feast of chicken kebab, tomato and salad – thanks to the cooks for sharing your culture.