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On 17 July 1964, Donald Campbell broke the world land-speed record, clocking an average speed of 649km/h across Lake Eyre.
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Adventure doesn’t have to be about sapping the will to live. Sometimes it can just be about pure pleasure, and the south coast of NSW delivers.
Once a year, the polar bears of Hudson Bay are amenable to visitors. Seize the chance to trek through the tundra in autumn and enjoy close encounters with the huge carnivore the Inuit call ‘Nanook’.
Lachie Carracher and buddies paddle the big water near Mexican city Tlapacoyan.
The 2011 AG Outdoor/The North Face Adventure Grant winners summitted 7492m Noshaq Peak, Afghanistan.
Want to be an ice climber? A school for thrill-seekers on NZ's South Island will teach you all the skills.
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This pack's size and fit will make you forget you're even wearing it.
This robust camera will stay strong through all conditions.
Enjoy the Mirage 582's good waterline length and beam, effective directional stability and value for money.
This Tasmanian island has some great natural, scenic and historic highlights.
Choosing the right mountain bike and gear can determine whether you love your new-found pursuit or fill the shed with another set of unrealised ambitions.
Kayak with dolphins, dive on shipwrecks or soak up the maritime ambience on a walk around town down at the Port
With 144 islands, the Bay of Islands is a fantastic destination for divers, kayakers and nature lovers.
Whether you walk, cycle or climb, there are many ways to get up, down and around South Australia's largest mountain range.