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  • Bushlore Australia

    Survival in the Australian bush might not be something that you need in your day-to-day life, but if your adventurous desires lead you off the beaten track on a regular basis, you may one day find yourself in the need for some survival or tracking techniques, nature observation skills or bushcraft knowledge. 

  • Poornati, the Aborigenal experience

    As I stand mid- way up the side of Bluff Knoll, in the Stirling Ranges, I see the low white cloud nestling the summit and, Joey Williams, Aboriginal Elder and Loreman, sings in language, accompanied by the tapping of his clap sticks. The sound seems ancient and the hairs on the back of my neck raise, and I shiver.

  • A Skydance Adventure

    “Girraween. It’s a name that strikes emotion into anyone who has explored the great Granite Belt of South East Queensland.  For some it sparks awe, as the great granite monoliths lie basking in warm golden light. For others it draws on the amazement of carefully balanced stone, seemingly defying the laws of gravity.

  • Kokoda Tribute

    I meet the group for the first of this years Kokoda Treks in early February. A warm morning in Melbourne’s Dandenong Ranges is the start of a journey that will take 6 months to complete. After friendly handshakes and introductions we start our first ascent.

  • Wildlife Tourism

    Australia is a strange place.  It is home to famous marsupials such as kangaroos, koalas, wombats and Tasmanian devils, as well as quokkas, numbats and many other marsupials you may never have heard of. In fact about half our mammal species are marsupials, and we have no native monkeys, bears, cats or hoofed animals.

  • Wildlife Adventures with Wildiaries and Outer Edge

    Remember the thrill of seeing your favourite live music on stage for the first time? Chances are you owned albums, had read countless articles over the years; and felt as though you knew them, because they spoke to you through rhythms, lyrics and harmonies, which you’d long come to love and understand.

  • Roaring 40°s

     

    The reflections of the pristine Tasmanian wilderness are perfect, right way up and wrong way down. Kayaking over these mirrored images of mountain and sky in the morning is like entering a meditative state, disturbed only by the splash and movement of our paddles.

  • Helibike Nelson

    There is no better place in the world to experience the exhilaration and thrill of mountain biking than the South Island of New Zealand. There are thousands of kilometres of trails to explore – from lush native forests to exposed high altitude alpine environments.

  • Expedition X

    _dsc5257smPack rafting is the most unique and unparalleled experience adventure travel – a mix of hiking and paddling that takes you on a journey of discovery, exploring rugged landscapes by foot and “mild to wild” waters by boat.

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