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interview “There are so many great experiences to participate in around Australia – we want to make sure no-one is missing out!” Clair said. “Some of our personal travel highlights have been a houseboat holiday cruising the River Murray and a helicopter ride over the Flinders Ranges. Next, we’re keen to go to the Eyre Peninsula to enjoy the natural environment and even go shark cage diving! “We would also love to ride around Uluru as a family and go snorkelling on the Great Barrier Reef. “But we can’t be everywhere, so we really need people to share their experiences, destinations, facilities and services around Australia that are well worth others knowing about.” Clair, who focusses on the business with Linda while Scott works full-time at the University of Adelaide, said Good Scout fills a gap in the travel market and raises the bar for what people can – and should – expect. “Ultimately, we want people to No limits S cott Crowley represented team for a number of years, Australia at the Gold Coast playing wheelchair basketball 2018 Commonwealth professionally in Italy in 2010, Games in April in the paratriathlon. and playing Australian Open “I didn’t win a medal – I Wheelchair Tennis in 2004. Not to certainly tried!” Scott, 38, said. mention his hobbies are sit skiing, “However, I did get personal bests in all three disciplines of the be informed, have choice and be race, and I was completely spent inspired, rather than dread the next crossing the finishing line.” time they are planning a holiday, or Scott competing in the Commonwealth Games. Scott works full-time at the water skiing and wheelchair tennis with the family! In fact, the whole Crowley family is very active, riding to school and childcare every day, not go anywhere at all,” she said. University of Adelaide, works on walking the dog, enjoying trips to “We are passionate about The Good Scout, is father to two the beach and park, Clair being a building a community of accessible young children, and trains 20 runner, and the children enjoying travellers who can share knowledge hours per week in internationally running alongside their dad during and experiences. We love hearing competitive sport. his paratriathlon training. stories of people trying new things In addition to representing and visiting new places, that’s what Australia in paratriathlon, some of the Red Bull Wings for Life Adelaide Good Scout exists for. If there are Scott’s key athletic achievements fun run which raised money for people who have something to share, include captaining the Adelaide spinal cord injury during May. we encourage them to get in touch.” Thunder wheelchair basketball www.wingsforlifeworldrun.com www.thegoodscout.com.au linkonline.com.au Scott was also an ambassador for interview 23