Larapinta Trail offers the best photo ops!

Apr 23, 2021

If you’re looking for inspiration through the camera lens then look no further then Life’s An Adventure’s pack-free guided walk along Central Australia’s Larapinta Trail. The bluest skies combined with the rich ochre earth will turn you into a fine landscape photographer. Seriously, it’s almost impossible to take a bad photo on this walk! Just […]

A visit to Kakadu NP will make any Aussie proud!

Apr 01, 2021

  Brent McKean writes about his family holiday on Life’s an Adventure’s 5-day Kakadu National Park walk. “On the first day we were collected by our Life’s An Adventure guides in Darwin and after loading our gear and meeting the other guests we headed to Litchfield NP. I was travelling with my partner Holly and […]

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Get core-strong for your next hike!

Mar 26, 2021

Increasing your core strength will help you walk further and enjoy your next Life’s An Adventure pack-free guided walk. Many of you may think of your core as strong, toned abs, but abdominal muscles are only part of the story. Experts refer to the core as the many different muscles that run the entire length […]

You’ll have a picture perfect experience in Kakadu!

Mar 04, 2021

If you’ve ever wondered what all the fuss is about when people talk about Kakadu National Park in the Northern Territory being one of Australia’s most unique environments we reckon these images will do the talking! And you can see these views, and so, so many more, on a Life’s An Adventure 5 or 7-day […]

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How to deal with knee pain

Feb 19, 2021

There’s nothing worse than having a dicky knee whilst on pack-free guided walk with Life’s An Adventure. It can ruin your day – or worse, immobilise you when you’re out on the track. This seven minute video from US physical therapist Dr Jo gives you some great tips for strengthening your knees so take the time […]

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Feb 12, 2021

One thing Sydney is blessed with is natural beauty – from one of the world’s most famous harbours, to the coastal areas offering magnificent views of the Tasman sea, and lush bushland that spreads throughout the city’s urban fringe. And one the best things is you can immerse yourself in all this natural beauty by […]

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A sneak peak back into time of the Tasman trail construction

Sep 04, 2020

By Daniel Dourneau This story was shared by Daniel Dourneau who was quite stoked to find an article we had written on the volunteers from the Hobart Walking Club that first created bushwalking tracks in the Tasman Peninsula long before there was an official Three Capes Track walk. You can read the original article by […]

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