Feb 14, 2020

We’ve all seen the devastation the bushfires have caused over the last few months, nearly 30 deaths, millions of native animals killed, and thousands of acres of lands destroyed.

However, thanks to the amazing work by the volunteer firefighters and emergency services personnel – and a big thanks to a massive downpour of rain! – the fires are virtually out.

Forest regrowth after the bushfires.

Now the rebuild begins.

Houses will be rebuilt, and land will regenerate but one thing that will take time to recover is the livelihood of so many people affected by the fires. Businesses are suffering because people have stopped visiting certain areas – and we at Life’s An Adventure want to do something about this!

“We believe it is important to support this community in their hour of need, by continuing to run our tours here,” says Mark Norek, director of Life’s An Adventure. “There is still much beauty and wildlife remaining in each region to be enjoyed and we would love to show this to our guests. “

In areas affected by the fires – and with help from the relevant authorities – Life’s An Adventure has created new itineraries showcasing a range of walks.

Fairmont Resort & Spa Blue Mountains.

Of course the first-class accommodation we proudly offer on any walk has not been impacted by the fires, and we know the hosts of the accommodation very much appreciate us not cancelling our business with them.

Some activities on some days have been altered but you’ll still get to experience an amazing part of your country whilst contributing to the bushfire recovery effort. Now doesn’t that just warm your heart!

So, here’s a list of our walks in bushfire affected areas that are very much operating including any new or altered itineraries. Take your pick!

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