Young entrepreneurs, Scott Pearse and Alex Martin are keen to see the Great Lakes develop into one of the State's most recognised adventure regions.
And, at the same time the Tightknit Events business partners want to engage their community and bring people together.
Their dream will be realised next month when they launch the Seal Rocks Adventure Festival at Treachery Camp.
Inspired by the growing popularity of similar overseas events which combine live music with a host of both lively and more sedate activities, the two day mega entertainment event is expected to attract a diverse group of festival-goers.
The organisers say the 'boutique' festival is family friendly; an event which will challenge the mind, body and tolerance for good times.
"This is borderline wholesome," Scott says.
"If you bring along an adventurous mindset we'll be sure to provide the activities to satisfy your curiosity."
It's not your typical music festival which has entertainment from stage to stage, Scott explained.
Assured of creating incredible memories, energetic activities will extend from rock climbing and surfing, archery and orienteering to more the more wholesome yoga and cooking classes, or learning about indigenous culture and circus skills.
"This is how I want to live my life; I want to go to a festive, do something active and then have a drink around the campfire," Scott said.
If you bring along an adventurous mindset we'll be sure to provide the activities to satisfy your curiosity.Tightknit Events
"We are creating an opportunity for people to bond around an activity, and not a beer, where they can learn new things."
He said typically outdoors-type people generally pursued their activities alone.
"We want these people to come together and explore doing something together."
Their concept has the tick of approval from both local and the State governments with support from Destination NSW through its Regional Flagships Event program, and MidCoast Council.
Since 37-year-old Scott relocated to Bungwahl via the United States with his wife Jo-Roxy three years he has immersed himself into the community.
Through his association with the Bungwahl Progress Association Scott has reinvigorated the Bungwahl hall with quarterly fundraising parties, while yoga and ballet classes also are regularly held.
"It is important for us all to come together; this is the only community space in the area."
Former Great Lakes College student Alex packed a lot of jobs and adventures into his 29 years before returning from a stint backpacking around Asia.
He bought a house in Pacific Palms and started a rustic wedding hire and styling business, Martin and Ko.
Much of the furniture for hire has been fashioned by Alex from recycled timber.
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