Let’s hear it for the volunteers!

Oct 03, 2018

  If you’ve ever wondered how the tracks on Life’s An Adventures’ Three Capes Walk are so well maintained you’ve got a whole army of volunteers to thank. Like those from the Hobart Walking Club (established in 1929) who for decades have been spending their weekends and free week days clearing tracks from vegetation, fallen […]

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Blissful boots beat back blisters!

Sep 13, 2018

Blisters, the enemy of every bushwalker. Some people get them all the time, some people never, but most of us will occasionally get them – but they don’t have to be the end of the world (or at least the walk). So what are blisters? Blisters are a small pockets of body fluid within the […]

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Life’s An Adventure makes national milestone

Aug 16, 2018

  With the addition of two new walks in South Australia, walking tour operator Life’s An Adventure has now become a truly national walking company. Up until recently South Australia was the only state Life’s An Adventure did not have walking destination, but soon pack-free guided tours in the Flinders Ranges and on Kangaroo Island […]

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Helicopters, wineries and Pack Free walks of WA’s best walking trails

Aug 15, 2018

Life’s An Adventure have created 3 new stunning Pack Free walking itineraries taking in the best of Western Australia’s South West walking tracks. Imagine a helicopter picking you up from the end of your walk and delivering you to a Margaret River winery for lunch, this is the kind of ‘Wow factor’ these walks include. […]

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Double savings on offer for select Three Capes walks!

Aug 02, 2018

  Life’s An Adventure is offering a free night’s pre-tour accommodation in Hobart on select departures for their Three Capes pack-free walk. Take advantage of this offer by booking by 31st August for any of the select dates below. Pre-tour accommodation is at the RACV Hobart Apartment Hotel, offering modern, comfortable rooms with king or […]

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Exploring the Top End… in 15 swims

Jul 26, 2018

  My family and I recently returned from Life’s An Adventures’ five-day Kakadu and Beyond walking tour. It was the winter school holidays which made it the ideal time to get out of chilly Sydney and head to the Top End to thaw out. This pack-free guided walk explores the spectacular stone escarpment and dramatic […]

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Keeping your energy levels up on the trail

Jun 28, 2018

  Walking can be incredibly pleasurable and at the same time energy-sapping. On any Life’s An Adventure pack free guided walk you could be dealing with steep hills, rock-hopping, long unbroken trails, endless steps and sand walking – all of these things require effort and energy. So what do you do when you begin to […]

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ARE WALKING POLES FOR ME?

Jun 21, 2018

  If you’ve never used walking poles before you may wonder what all the fuss is about. After all you’ve done without them so far haven’t you? Well maybe you have but walking poles are definitely worth considering for any Life’s An Adventure pack free walking experience. People who use bushwalking poles swear by them […]

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Things to do in Hobart & surrounds

Jun 14, 2018

Many of Life’s An Adventure’s Tasmania walks start and end in Hobart. And no doubt you’ll want to get there a day or two before your walk so you can experience the old and new splendour of this gorgeous city. So, here’s our list of things to do in Hobart and surrounds.     MUSEUMS […]

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Who’s up for the Tassie Multi Walks Challenge!

Jun 07, 2018

One of the things about Tasmania is its incredible contrast in walking experiences. The Apple Isle has it all – but how do you experience it all? One way would be by doing a couple of Life’s An Adventure walks back-to-back or as we like to call it: The Tassie Multi Walks Challenge – because, […]

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How to stay warm and dry by LAYERING

May 30, 2018

  It doesn’t matter if you’re on Life’s An Adventure’s Three Capes walk in Tassie or the brand new five-day Bibbulmum walk in WA, when the weather turns bad you need to keep warm and dry. One way to do this is by LAYERING.  Basically you should have three layers of clothing: The inner layer is […]

Happy feet on the trail: blister prevention

May 24, 2018

They say there are only two certainties in life – death and taxes. But I reckon there’s a third – blisters. You see, every single one of us will experience blisters sometime in our lives, so what are they and what should we do about them? A blister occurs when a layer of fluid forms […]

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Top tips for better iPhone photos

May 17, 2018

When on a Life’s An Adventure Pack Free walking holiday you’re going to see some awe-inspiring scenery. From the Kimberley’s timeless gorges to the mind blowing rock stacks on the Three Capes walk – and everything in between. And we know you’re going to want to get the best photos. Now, pretty much everybody on […]

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THE RIGHT FOOTWEAR FOR A LIFE’S AN ADVENTURE WALK

May 10, 2018

Life’s An Adventure’s range of guided walks covers the country and this means you could be walking on a variety of terrain from soft sand to hard quartzite and from rocky tracks to open firetrails, so the big question is what’s the right footwear for each walk? The main reasons why you need shoes on […]

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Victorian Pack Free Walks – Earlybirds End 31 August 2017

Aug 04, 2017

Time is running out to take advantage of Earlybirds for all our Victorian Pack Free Walk. Book and pay in full by 31 August to save $400 per couple or $200 per person. 3 DAY GREAT OCEAN PACK FREE WALK One of our most popular pack free walks is our 3 day Great Ocean Walking Experience. […]

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Walking Back to Wilderness

May 25, 2017

Article written by Marie Barbieri for Gourmet Traveller who joined Life’s An Adventure’s 3 day Bay of Fires walk. With its dreamy landscapes and dramatic seascapes, Tasmania shines with resplendent beaches, bays and coves. Marie Barbieri heads to Australia’s most southerly island to hike its iconic Bay of Fires Flying towards Launceston across the Bass […]

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How to Prevent Foot Blisters

May 19, 2017

Extract from WikiHow Hiking can put extra strain on the feet, because it may involve traveling long distances on foot in less-than comfortable footwear. You can help prevent foot blisters when hiking for a more enjoyable walk. Typical causes of blisters on the feet include friction and pressure from wearing the wrong kind or size of […]

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How to use Hiking Poles

May 10, 2017

Article courtesy of Mountain Warehouse. Hiking poles are of great appeal to trekkers, day walkers and backpackers, though many do not know how to use them to their best advantage. Read on to learn how to use walking poles correctly. For the best poles available check out the Leki Brand What are the benefits of […]

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Barnbougle Golfing & Bay of Fires Walk

Apr 13, 2017

Little somethin' somethin' from Lost Farm this morning. Thanks to the legends @airswing_media for their ever fabulous drone pics #barnbougle A post shared by Barnbougle (@barnbougle) on May 17, 2017 at 6:30pm PDT If you have ever wanted to play at the world’s 12th best links course Barnbougle lost world in Tasmania, we can combine this experience […]

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