How to ‘Leave No Trace’ in the bush

Jan 14, 2022

You know the saying “Taking only photos, leave only footprints”. It’s the perfect mantra for every time you head into the great outdoors – but there’s a bit more to it than that. NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service have written an informative article on the most effective way to Leave No Trace so give […]

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Fleurieu Peninsula walk featured in Great Walks

Nov 25, 2021

  Life’s an Adventure’s 4-day Fleurieu Peninsula walk is being showcased in the Dec-Jan 2022 issue of Great Walks magazine. And now that the border to South Australia has opened quarantine-free to residents of Victoria and NSW you can go ahead and book your dream walking holiday to this wonderful state. South of Adelaide, lies […]

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South Australia opens up to residents of Vic and NSW

Nov 25, 2021

For anyone in Victoria and NSW wanting to try out a walking holiday in South Australia we have good news. Fully vaccinated New South Wales and Victorian residents are now allowed into the state without quarantining. Premier Steven Marshall said residents who have received both COVID-19 vaccine doses and have come from a local government […]

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Ben Boyd NP to be renamed over slave trade link

Nov 16, 2021

  If you ever do Life’s An Adventure’s 3-day pack-free Light to Light walk in southern NSW you’ll pass through Ben Boyd National Park and Boyds Tower. However the national park is due to get a name change after the businessman it was named after was found out to be involved in the slave trade. […]

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83-year-old walks America’s 3,500km Appalachian Trail!

Nov 11, 2021

  If you think you’re too old to go on a walking holiday then think again. An 83-year-old from Alabama has shown that age has no barrier by becoming the oldest person to complete America’s iconic 3,500km Appalachian Trail! M.J. “Sunny” Eberhart, known by the trail name “Nimblewill Nomad”, acknowledged that despite having tens of […]

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How to use base layers

Nov 04, 2021

There’s no such thing as bad weather if you’re wearing the right gear, but without it you could end up have a cold and miserable walk. Now on a Life’s An Adventure pack-free guided walk you’ll be given all the info you need to pack correctly but it’s always good to how base layers work […]

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Tassie opening up again in December!

Oct 29, 2021

Tasmania will open its borders to the rest of Australia on December 15, the state’s Premier Peter Gutwein has announced. Mr Gutwein said by the time borders open he is confident Tasmania will have reached a 90 percent double-dose COVID-19 vaccination rate for people aged over 16. “Anyone will be able to enter Tasmania from […]

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Three Capes walk features in Great Walks magazine!

Oct 21, 2021

The latest issue of Great Walks magazine is out and it features a story on our Thee Capes pack-free guided walk! Great Walks editor Brent McKean attended the walk a while back and he says he was as absorbed in the natural beauty of the place as wel as the stories about it told to […]

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Glen Helen Lodge reopens for 2022 walking season

Oct 15, 2021

If you ever do one of Life’s An Adventure’s pack-free guided walks in the Red Centre – such as the Larapinta Trail – it’s likely you’ll spend some nights at Glen Helen Lodge. Glen Helen, 130km west of Alice Springs, is the only accommodation located within the Tjoritja – West MacDonnell Ranges National Park. It […]

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Oct 08, 2021

Life’s an Adventure has a new 4WD bus for its Western Australia destinations. This comfy offroader will take clients to the Cape to Cape, Bibbulmun and Sterling ranges walks in the southeast, and to the newest walk, the Karijini NP and Ningaloo Reef encounter, in the north. The bus features the latest in parabolic suspension […]

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