After fulfilling her dream of paddling the River Nile, Sarah Davis set her sights on paddling Australia’s longest river – the Murray. The adventurer paddled solo from its source in the Australian Alps to its end in South Australia.
On this episode Sarah talks about why the Murray River is an accessible adventure we all could tackle.
This Episode of Talking Australia is hosted by Liz Ginis (Managing Editor Digital at Australian Geographic) and produced by Ben Kanthak (www.beachshackpodcasts.com)
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Take a slow ride down this ancient river in a kayak.
Australia is jam-packed with paddling opportunities covering all disciplines from sea kayaking and canoeing to whitewater rafting and kayaking. If you want to dip your paddle in the water and explore our immense coastline, big rivers or some of the world’s best whitewater, here’s how.
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Guiding the waterways of Antarctica has its incredible challenges and rewards.
AGS-sponsored kayakers capture the hidden wilderness of Tasmania’s Gordon River and it’s once-impassable gorges in this short video.
Why settle for one mode of transport through Tasmania’s east coast when you can have three? Cycle down terrifyingly steep passes, kayak in pristine Freycinet National Park and hike on the old island jail of Maria.
Paddling the Whitsundays’ Ngaro Sea Trail offers the opportunity to appreciate this spectacular seascape as it would have been many thousands of years ago.
You might not have heard of Palau but if you’re any kind of outdoor enthusiast you should definitely add this tropical paradise to your bucket list.