Trail Notes – Overland Track, Tas

Trail Notes – Overland Track, Tas

Deep in the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area, the Overland is a truely iconic trail – and for good reason. It’s variety of scenery is world class, with every turn of your head granting a different vista as rock, plant and climate combine in spectacularly unique fashion.

Trail Notes – Great Ocean Walk, Vic

Trail Notes – Great Ocean Walk, Vic

A walk abound with stunning coastal scenery – sandy coves and beaches, rugged rocky platforms, and iconic towering sandstone cliffs and apostles. The Great Ocean Walk traverses some of the spectacular coastal scapes Victoria is renowned for, whilst winding in and out of coastal scrub and lush mountain ash rainforest.

Trail Notes – South Coast Track, Tas

Trail Notes – South Coast Track, Tas

The great south-west of Tasmania. For so many keen hikers, it’s a dream come true to be walking across this particular patch of earth. It draws people from all over. Like the other wild, truely remote places of the continent – the Top End, the Kimberley, the arid centre, the Bight – there’s something ultra special about the place. This is a hiking mecca of Tassie, and in the Tassie Wilderness World Heritage Area a (rather diverse and sizeable) jewel of the crown.

Trail Notes – Lerderderg Trail, Vic

Trail Notes – Lerderderg Trail, Vic

Trail Snapshot: The Lerderderg Trail (LT) is a feeder track to the Great Divide Trail, winding between Daylesford and Bacchus Marsh through a variety of landscapes across the Central Victorian Uplands. In completing this hike, you’ll traverse through dry woodland and wet forests, along often sharp ridge lines and through denser vegetated gullies, with various […]

Trail Notes – Great South West Walk, Vic

Trail Notes – Great South West Walk, Vic

The Great South West Walk (GSWW) makes its way through a variety of landscapes, travelling along sweeping, powerful beaches, atop some of the tallest coastal cliffs in the state, through forests alive with birdlife and the colour of seasonal wildflowers, and besides/down a winding river carved into the regions limestone. 

We’re Going The Distance

We’re Going The Distance

Snapshot: “The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step” Your time spent relishing the great outdoors – forest, desert, ocean, mountain – is your never-ending journey. No matter what your skill level, there’s always room to grow, to learn, and go somewhere different. Likewise, there’s always a place for you to begin. […]

Level Up: Minimal Impact, Maximum Enjoyment

Level Up: Minimal Impact, Maximum Enjoyment

Snapshot: Super easy ways you can have a trip which combines minimal impact with maximum enjoyment! Wilderness crunches under your footsteps. The path narrows, disappears under branches, and tests your skills in the heat. You’re keeping to a barely existent path whilst avoiding vines coated in serious barbs – those type that’ll simply tear your […]

Roadtripin’ the East Coast

Roadtripin’ the East Coast

Day breaks over the ocean in a golden wash of light. Waves end softly below as you welcome another day on the coast, with a cuppa in hand, hidden in the sand dunes. Typical Tassie. You’ve been up for halfa, awoken by maggies, cockies, and a myriad of other birds calling you up for sunrise. […]

Camino de Santiago (revisited)

Camino de Santiago (revisited)

It’s been three years (!) since my sister and I embarked on international sojourn and the forty day trek across Spain, bruising our ankles as countless others had done for many lifetimes before. One foot then the other, day after day, for over eight hundred kilometres westward. The simplicity of walking brought us back down to […]

Walking One Tree Hill

Walking One Tree Hill

I took a morning off from working on our video exploring the benefits of mapping marine species movement, and drove out and into the Sugarloaf catchment – Christmas Hills area – and the Warrandyte Kinglake nature conservation reserve (that abuts the Kinglake National Park).. This is the Happy Valley track – it isn’t a long […]