Take better pictures on our new Bay of Fires Photography Course!

Aug 29, 2019

Life’s An Adventure has announced a new addition to their 2020 Tassie walking tours – Bay of Fires Photography Course (dates to be confirmed). Combine your two favourite passions of hiking and photography on our 3-day Bay of Fires photography course. Join our professional photographers on a walk in some of Tassie’s most iconic coastal […]

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Aug 15, 2019

Water reservoirs (or bladders) are popular ways to carry your water in a daypack and when you’re walking any of Life’s An Adventure’s pack-free guided walks your professional guide will encourage you to sip as you walk to keep your fluids up. But after some use your water reservoir will need cleaning as bacteria can […]

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Larapinta Trail showcases the best of the Red Centre

May 09, 2019

The Larapinta Trail is like no other walk in Australia. Voted by National Geographic as one of the world’s top 20 trekking experiences, it features magnificent gorges, high ridges with breathtaking views and peaceful waterholes. It’s also home to over 600 species of plants, abundant wildlife and glimpses of the longest continuous cultural history in […]

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You’ll have top digs in every Life’s An Adventure walk!

May 02, 2019

“I want my clients to have excellent accommodation, with first-class rooms and extremely comfy beds!” That was the brief given by the Life’s An Adventure boss when he sent people out to research each and every Life’s An Adventure walk. After all, it’s those creature comforts that the walking tour operator prides itself on. Excellent […]

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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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