What’s in a name?


Good question.  We are a small company with a funny name, but with a serious appetite for adventure, and a desire to share this with you. 


Our motto is simple: “ adventure adapted to suit space and need ”. No matter what your skill level, all you need is a reasonable level of fitness, and a desire to learn and have fun.


We specialise in adventure activities based around roping and team building, catering to individuals, small and large groups. We believe in providing personalised and tailored adventure experiences, which are delivered with excellence and professionalism, at a reasonable price.

Our courses and programs have a strong focus on sustainability, environmental issues and human behaviour. We believe that a focus on developing the individual's belief in themselves and recognising the part they play in a team, society and the ecosystem as a whole, allows for positive and creative contributions to our planet.

Spacechameleon Adventure Co is covered by a 20 million public liability insurance, and uses only qualified and experienced instructors, who have a passion for adventure, people and the great outdoors.





Sven Borg; Owner, Lead Guide, Lead Instructor and Lead Facilitator


Spacechameleon Adventure Co. was founded by Sven Borg in 2014. Sven leads a small team of dedicated professionals with a passion for the outdoors and people.  


Sven has spent many years working and playing in the outdoors, in various locations around Australia, including New South Wales (primarily The Blue Mountains), Tasmania, Victoria, Queensland, Karijini National Park (Lead Guide into the depths of Karijini), and various other outdoor companies in Western Australia.

Sven was initially trained in the Blue Mountains, and has expanded his training over the years.

He is a qualified and highly experienced canyon, abseiling, climbing, canoe and bushwalking guide, and an experienced instructor and facilitator. Sven has a nationally recognised Diploma in Outdoor Recreation, holds a nationally recognised Remote Area First Aid qualification, is a registered NOLRS instructor, as well as a Cert 4 Trainer and Assessor teaching others the skills of working in the Great Outdoors.

In addition to this, he also has his Bronze Medallion with Royal Life Saving Australia and has trained as a Lifeguard with Royal Life Saving Australia.

Sven is also a passionate environmentalist and volunteers his time for a variety of organisations. Sven aims to minimize the company's impact on the environment, treading lightly on the earth with respect; leaving only footprints and taking only memories.













Sven Borg;

Owner, Lead Guide, Lead Instructor and Lead Facilitator


Scott Richardson;

Senior Guide, Senior Instructor, and Facilitator

Scott Richardson; Senior Guide, Senior Instructor, and Facilitator


Scott has spent nearly 30 years working for the Western Australian Police with the last 13 spent within a specialist group where he first discovered his passion for all things roping and adventure orientated.  He completed all his training in roping and lead climbing at Mt Arapiles in Victoria under the tutorship of the Victorian Police Special Operations Group, eventually completing the Advanced Roping Supervisors Course (Accredited).  He has continued to build on his experience, completing numerous follow on courses and was the Senior Roping/Climbing Instructor within the Western Australian Police for about 10 years. Scott is also a trained Advanced Medic with the Western Australian Police.

An avid climber, Scott can often be found in the Stirling Ranges where he spends much of his free time teaching, guiding or just climbing the many unexplored walls of the area.

Scott also holds a Cert IV in Training and Assessment and has a great passion for passing on his skills and knowledge to anyone who is keen to learn. He considers safety to be paramount at all times and will not compromise on standards.

His other interests include bushwalking, kayaking and adventure racing and, along with Sven, is committed to a minimal environmental impact in all activities.









Tyler Stewart; Senior Guide and Instructor

Tyler completed his Cert III in Outdoor Recreation at Blue Mountains TAFE in 2012 and holds qualifications in single pitch natural abseiling, top rope artificial climbing, high and low ropes, and bushwalking. Tyler has been worked in the outdoor industry for 3 years, and has guided for, The Blue Mountains Adventure Company, Australian School of Mountaineering and the Nakiska Ski School Canada, where He completed a Level 1 in skiing and snowboarding (CSIA,CASI)
in 2014/15. Tyler has also worked for various smaller companies throughout New South Wales and Western Australia. Tyler also holds a Remote Area First Aid Qualification. He has a great passion for the outdoors, with a special love for canyons and all things snow. 


Tyler Stewart;

Senior Guide and Instructor