The Kosciuszko National Park features the highest mountains in Australia. Fabulous granite formations, green alpine meadows filled with wild flowers and broad views in all directions make for an excellent walking holiday.
Explore the Bay of Fires, over four fantastic days of walking and sightseeing. Enjoy spectacular beaches, marvel at amazing granite rock formations & swim in the crystal-clear waters of the Tasmanian east coast. This itinerary incorporates some of Tasmania’s most stunning scenery and is almost exclusively beach walking for the first three days. Around the headlands you will encounter rocky areas to navigate and on the last day we'll head inland and walk in a forested section & wildflower reserve. Departing from Launceston we visit stunning Mt William National Park, the pink granite lighthouse at Eddystone Point, beautiful Anson’s Bay and the Bay of Fires Conservation Area.
Ever wanted to try Stand Up Paddle Boarding (SUP)? Join our small group for a lesson, free time and lunch
Our "Go With The Flow" Paddling Weekend is a two day, all inclusive guided kayaking tour on the Murray River near Pinjarra. The stretch of river we've chosen is known as a popular flat water paddle, suiting a wide variety of fitness levels and experience.Everyone is welcome, from experienced paddlers (BYO Kayak if you wish) to amateurs wanting to learn new skills. (Kayaks Provided)
Coastal walking carrying a light day pack, kayaking & snorkelling opportunities, massage & yoga with plenty of time to relax & explore your surrounds.
Experience remote outback stations, rugged coastlines, exploring stunning marine life within world heritage listed Ningaloo Reef and then onto discover amazing landscapes & hidden gorges at spectacular Karijini National Park
The Top End - Where the tropics meet the outback! We're exploring all the five distinct regions and invite you to join us on this ultimate expedition.
Camel trekking in Outback South Australia ... The ultimate digital detox!
Walking in the Flinders Ranges is one of the truly unique travelling experiences this country has to offer. Together with our walking partners at Park Trek we visit the many renowned landmarks including Wilpena Pound, the Heysen Trail, Mount Remarkable National Park and Alligator Gorge.
Kangaroo Island is a sanctuary for wildlife & natural rugged beauty. Enjoy breathtaking sights & picturesque scenery. See Australian Fur Seals, spot platypus & visit the Remarkable Rocks.
This is not just a walk....its an experience like no other! Breathtaking views, great company, friendly and knowledgeable guides, a little indulgence mixed with a little adventure and as always, lots of laughs.
Join Chris on this beautiful walk through gorgeous rainforest sections and over small creeks to a water hole where you can enjoy lunch and swim before returning.
There's nothing that makes you feel more alive than being out on the water and paddling a kayak on this Kayaking Sydney Harbour tour!
We'll be following the footsteps of Charles Darwin when he visited Wentworth Falls in 1836 along the track that meanders beside the picturesque Jamison Creek, passing water holes and water falls until we reach the majestic Wentworth Falls.
The aim of our Women Only Intro to Self Defence Workshop is to instil a ‘survival mindset’ into all of our participants through the use of fun activities and discussions.
Join us walking the lesser travelled Portuguese Camino from Porto in Portugal, through to Santiago de Compostela in Spain. Passing vineyards, crop fields and farms along the way, this pretty trail gives us an insight into the suburban Portuguese way of living.
Known as one of the world’s most spectacular & challenging treks, the Kokoda Track, PNG offers the experience of a lifetime.
If you’re looking for a world class walk that doesn’t pull any punches and will continue to delight and inspire you throughout, then the Coast to Coast is for you. Created by Alfred Wainwright, this long distance walk of over 300k takes you through picturesque villages, rolling hills, immaculate farmland and mountains in the Pennines, the English Lake District and the North Yorkshire Moors.
If you are looking to experience the Camino de Santiago, but don't have 8 - 10 weeks free to cover the whole distance, this is the perfect trip for you.
Welcome to Hanami, cherry blossom viewing in Japan. Hanami is a long-standing Japanese tradition of welcoming spring. Also known as the "cherry blossom festival", this annual celebration is about appreciating the temporal beauty of nature. People gather under blooming cherry blossoms for food, drink, songs, companionship and the beauty of sakura (cherry blossoms). We have carefully chosen the flow of our itinerary to provide us with the best opportunity to view the beautiful cherry blossoms in many of the locations we are visiting.
A wealth of unique history and culture mixed with Mediterranean charm, truly sets Croatia and Slovenia apart!