Our Flinders Ranges walk is the perfect mid-year escape!

Feb 22, 2024

May, June and August dates are available for our 6-day Flinders Ranges pack-free guided walk. This tour has been designed to showcase the highlights and the best walks of the region, including Wilpena Pound, sections of the Heysen Trail, and Brachina Gorge, as well as giving guests the opportunity to learn about the Flinders Ranges […]

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Escaped monkey found in Scottish Highlands

Feb 14, 2024

  Now here’s something you don’t hear every day. A missing monkey that escaped from a Scottish wildlife park and was on the run for a week has now been found. A frantic search for the Japanese macaque, named Honshu, was launched in early Feb. The primate broke loose from the Highland Wildlife Park in […]

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Our Cape to Cape walk gets the thumbs up!

Feb 09, 2024

We simply love happy customers and one guest gave our 4-day Cape to Cape pack-free guided walk in southern WA a five star review! “A fantastic experience from start to finish. Excellent place to stay. Beautiful food and wine menus showcasing the best of the Margaret River region. “Thoughtful, informative, and patient guides who supported […]

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Wilsons Prom’s Squeaky Beach wins top gong

Feb 05, 2024

Gippsland’s very own Squeaky Beach has just been named at No.1 in Tourism Australia’s annual list of Australia’s Top 10 Beaches! This is the first time a Victorian beach has been named at No.1 – with the top spot usually going to NSW or Queensland. Situated in the glorious Wilsons Promontory National Park and enclosed […]

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Life’s an Adventure sponsors the 7 Bridges Walk

Feb 02, 2024

As part of our commitment to make the world better than we left it Life’s an Adventure is a sponsor of the 7 Bridges Walk, a 28km walk around Sydney that raises money for the Cancer Council. Life’s an Adventure provided one of their pack-free guided walks as an incentive prize to encourage people to […]

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Wineglass Bay makes Lonely Planet’s best Aussie beaches list

Jan 30, 2024

To the surprise to absolutely nobody Wineglass Bay in Tassie’s Freycinet National Park has made it onto Lonely Planet’s 2024 list of Australia’s best beaches. Coming in the top five Australian beach suggestions within the book, travel gurus say the mix of “pink granite mountains, azure bays and rugged coastal forest, the Freycinet Peninsula is […]

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National Geographic praises Abel Tasman National Park

Jan 30, 2024

National Geographic has praised NZ’s Abel Tasman National Park – and if you want to know what all the fuss is about join us on either our 4-day Best of Abel Tasman Coast Track or 6-day Best of the Queen Charlotte and Abel Tasman Tracks pack-free guided walks. “Not every Great Walk involves summiting passes,” […]

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Tassie makes New York Times’ must-visit list for 2024

Jan 15, 2024

Tasmania may no longer be Australia’s best kept secret after it was declared one of the top places in the world to take a holiday this year. Australia’s smallest state — both by size and population — scored a top 30 spot in the New York Times’s highly anticipated Best Places to Visit in 2024 […]

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Save some serious $$ on our Top End tour!

Jan 11, 2024

Earlybird savings of up to $300/$400 off per person are available for our 7-day Walk the Top End pack-free guided walk. Explore Kakadu – the largest national park in Australia covering almost 20,000 square kilometres and home to over 2,000 plant species, hundreds of bird species and pre-historic Aboriginal rock art paintings. Swim in the […]

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Great Walks editor gives our Karijini tour the thumbs up!

Jan 11, 2024

Swimming with whale sharks might not sound like something you’d do on a walking holiday but Life’s An Adventure’s 7-day Karijini National Park and Ningaloo Reef pack-free guided walk is no ordinary walking holiday. It’s a full immersive experience. From the spectacular red gorges and spinifex rangelands of the Pilbara through to the vibrant, turquoise […]

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