Claire Dunn left the city life to spend a year in the wilderness, surviving without modern luxuries – even matches.
Claire Dunn left behind her comfortable life as a writer to make a home in the Australian bush for one year.
Explore rugged and beautiful canyons, raging rivers, towering cliffs and much more in the largest expanse of wilderness in NSW. Just 80km north-west of Sydney, Wollemi National Park covers more than 500,000sq.km and is home to 235 bird species, 46 mammals and 55 butterflies. Though much of it’s impenetrable to all but the most intrepid bushwalkers and climbers, there are plenty of opportunities for trekking, camping, canoeing and kayaking.
Our island continent has some spectacular coastal scenery.
In Queensland’s humid expanse of the Daintree, you can get a taste of how Australia used to be.
Through the jarrah and karri forests of WA, come for a ride along Australia’s 1000km, wilderness cycling trail.
The Australian Geographic Adventure girls and one lucky male head south to walk the talk.
Fake blood and broken legs – a first aid course with a difference.
A further 170,000ha of Tasmanian forest have been World Heritage listed, to the delight of environmentalists.
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