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You might think that circumnavigating the Mediterranean would be a relatively easy adventure. Think row boat, think four-metre waves, think Force 7-8 winds and think again.
There’s something magical about the Shoalhaven region – and it runs deeper than the pristine waters and unspoilt wilderness.
Purpose built on hard-won foundations, a new multiday walk in south-eastern Tasmania is intended to be a coastal version of the beloved Overland Track – and then some.
There's more to mountain biking in Bhutan than speeding down winding roads past monasteries and snow-capped peaks.
Isolation, rugged terrain, beachside camping, and wildlife are highlights of this trek
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Two Kiwis went searching for adventure in Alaska, not sure what they'd find. This was the result.
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Four female paddlers take on the wild Amur River, one of the last truly free-flowing waterways left on the planet.
Paddling Tasmania’s dangerous waters can be tricky at the best of times. Paddling the formidable and unchartered southwest coast requires plenty of preparation, the right gear and a healthy dose of optimism.
Use this popular estuary town as a base and discover the best of the bush and the beach on the NSW South Coast.
Swimming with sharks, fishing, four wheel driving and camping, there are activities for everyone along the Eyre Peninsula
Canoe through Glenelg Gorge, hike through native bush and explore a limestone cave