Sir Wayne “Buck” Shelford, who beat cancer 14 years ago, is among the keynote speakers.
The Men’s Muster is back for a second year, with Te Anau hosting the event from August 25-27.
The event will focus on the theme of ‘charge up your engine’, providing men a better understanding of what is under their hood.
Spokesperson Sam McBride says the muster is an opportunity for Kiwi blokes to take time out to think about themselves and refocus in order to thrive in their journey ahead.
“This year’s theme is particularly appropriate with the ongoing health, economic and social impacts of covid-19 being felt by individuals, families and workplaces,” McBride said.
Keynote speakers include Sir Wayne “Buck” Shelford, who beat cancer 14 years ago and remains a passionate ambassador for the Prostate Cancer Foundation and Associate Professor of Urology at Otago Medical School and consultant at Dunedin Public Hospital Dr Amir Zarrabi.
One of the goals set by organisers is to deliver practical health messages, using the positive drivers of men’s behaviour, such as competition, camaraderie and adventure.
Attendees will participate in two half-day performance and wellbeing seminars and a series of team adventures and activities in Fiordland’s magnificent landscape.
There is also a four-course dinner where Shelford will speak.
To book tickets, visit www.mensmuster.com or email: email@example.com