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Abstract This paper examines the implementation of Outdoor Education in South Australian schools and investigates the influences on this curriculum area. The data obtained describe influences on the nature of programmes as including Outward Bound and other training organisations. The major influence on the scope of Outdoor Education appears to have been commonwealth and state funding, as suggested by the increase in participation by state schools in the late 1970's and early 1980's. This investigation forms the basis for further study of the nature and scope of Outdoor Education in South Australian Schools.