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What our Clients Are Saying…

Happy Hikers

Waterfalls & Wildflowers Hike October Forrestfield WA

by Pauline D

Absolutely enjoyed the day and loved the fact we had ample time to photograph and admire the beautiful wildflowers. Always wonderful to meet new people and the morning tea was delicious. Thank you for our wonderful guides.

Waterfalls & Wildflowers Hike October Forrestfield WA

Absolutely enjoyed the day and loved the fact we had ample time to photograph and admire the beautiful wildflowers. Always wonderful to meet new people and the morning tea was delicious. Thank you for our wonderful guides.

Waterfalls & Wildflowers Hike October Forrestfield WA
5 5

Absolutely enjoyed the day and loved the fact we had ample time to photograph and admire the beautiful wildflowers. Always wonderful to meet new people and the morning tea was delicious. Thank you for our wonderful guides.

Yoga on the Deck

Autumn Yoga in Nature Retreat Dwellingup WA

by Michelle

Wow - what a fabulous weekend.

Food was awesome, hosts were friendly and warm, venue was peaceful and the other adventurous women were lovely and fun.

Not your usual yoga retreat, but that made it even more enjoyable!

Thanks for an amazing weekend!

Autumn Yoga in Nature Retreat Dwellingup WA

Wow - what a fabulous weekend.

Food was awesome, hosts were friendly and warm, venue was peaceful and the other adventurous women were lovely and fun.

Not your usual yoga retreat, but that made it even more enjoyable!

Thanks for an amazing weekend!

Autumn Yoga in Nature Retreat Dwellingup WA
5 5

Wow - what a fabulous weekend.

Food was awesome, hosts were friendly and warm, venue was peaceful and the other adventurous women were lovely and fun.

Not your usual yoga retreat, but that made it even more enjoyable!

Thanks for an amazing weekend!

The Ruins

Ghost House Trail Yanchep National Park WA

by Donna C

Beautiful and spectacular. Morning tea delicious again! Keep up the high standards 🤓

Ghost House Trail Yanchep National Park WA

Beautiful and spectacular. Morning tea delicious again! Keep up the high standards 🤓

Ghost House Trail Yanchep National Park WA
5 5

Beautiful and spectacular. Morning tea delicious again! Keep up the high standards 🤓

These boots were made for walkin'

Women's Outback Camel Trek (Ex Adelaide) SA

by Helen

I have done a lot of 'outdoor' activities, some more extreme than this as far as isolation, weather and trekking go. What makes this week unique is the camels. Because of this there are aspects of trekking with camels (and without porters, sherpas and other service providers), that could have been emphasized more by AW.

Loading and unloading of camels should be a 'many hands make light work' activity. If a few refuse to help it is unfair on those who do and also has more subtle negative affects on the group as a whole. There are many aspects of loading and unloading that don't just involve lifting e.g. placing and holding the blankets on together before the saddle is lifted on (almost impossible for one person if its windy), tying the knots and calming the camels. All of these activities were taught to us with patience and pride by Ryan and Greenie. The learning and doing of them gave us confidence and bonded us as a group as most required us to work together. On a practical level the participation level of people dictated how long it took us to embark on the day's walking. I felt that having some people refuse to participate had a negative affect on us as a group, however... despite all that I think we tried to not let it bother us and we made the most of what we had. The extra physical challenges, which we may not have faced to the extent we did if everyone had helped, probably pushed us to have a higher level of experience.

The thoughtfulness, organisation and care provided by Leonie to all of us was much appreciated. The way the whole trip, including to and from Adelaide, was organised was really well done.

Women's Outback Camel Trek (Ex Adelaide) SA

I have done a lot of 'outdoor' activities, some more extreme than this as far as isolation, weather and trekking go. What makes this week unique is the camels. Because of this there are aspects of trekking with camels (and without porters, sherpas and other service providers), that could have been emphasized more by AW.

Loading and unloading of camels should be a 'many hands make light work' activity. If a few refuse to help it is unfair on those who do and also has more subtle negative affects on the group as a whole. There are many aspects of loading and unloading that don't just involve lifting e.g. placing and holding the blankets on together before the saddle is lifted on (almost impossible for one person if its windy), tying the knots and calming the camels. All of these activities were taught to us with patience and pride by Ryan and Greenie. The learning and doing of them gave us confidence and bonded us as a group as most required us to work together. On a practical level the participation level of people dictated how long it took us to embark on the day's walking. I felt that having some people refuse to participate had a negative affect on us as a group, however... despite all that I think we tried to not let it bother us and we made the most of what we had. The extra physical challenges, which we may not have faced to the extent we did if everyone had helped, probably pushed us to have a higher level of experience.

The thoughtfulness, organisation and care provided by Leonie to all of us was much appreciated. The way the whole trip, including to and from Adelaide, was organised was really well done.

Women's Outback Camel Trek (Ex Adelaide) SA
5 5

I have done a lot of 'outdoor' activities, some more extreme than this as far as isolation, weather and trekking go. What makes this week unique is the camels. Because of this there are aspects of trekking with camels (and without porters, sherpas and other service providers), that could have been emphasized more by AW.

Loading and unloading of camels should be a 'many hands make light work' activity. If a few refuse to help it is unfair on those who do and also has more subtle negative affects on the group as a whole. There are many aspects of loading and unloading that don't just involve lifting e.g. placing and holding the blankets on together before the saddle is lifted on (almost impossible for one person if its windy), tying the knots and calming the camels. All of these activities were taught to us with patience and pride by Ryan and Greenie. The learning and doing of them gave us confidence and bonded us as a group as most required us to work together. On a practical level the participation level of people dictated how long it took us to embark on the day's walking. I felt that having some people refuse to participate had a negative affect on us as a group, however... despite all that I think we tried to not let it bother us and we made the most of what we had. The extra physical challenges, which we may not have faced to the extent we did if everyone had helped, probably pushed us to have a higher level of experience.

The thoughtfulness, organisation and care provided by Leonie to all of us was much appreciated. The way the whole trip, including to and from Adelaide, was organised was really well done.

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