The Walking Blog

How we are dealing with COVID-19

How we are dealing with COVID-19

Understandably, some of our guests are anxious about their upcoming travel arrangements given the backdrop of the COVID-19. Please know that we are closely monitoring the situation and following advice from the Australian Government and Tourism Australia. We have also…

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Animals of Tasmania

Animals of Tasmania

There are many reasons why Tasmania stands alone as the hiking Mecca of Australia. With about 20% of the state reserved as a world heritage listed wilderness area, it contains some of the most pristine and unique landscape in the…

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Motion Sickness Remedies

Motion Sickness Remedies

I’ll never forget the first time I was sea sick. It was on a ferry from the little town of 1770 to Lady Musgrave Island on the Great Barrier Reef. Until that day, I thought motion sickness was all in…

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5 things to know before you go to Karijini National Park

Karijini

It’s hard to imagine a national park in Australia that is more spectacular than Karijini. The precipitous gorges, sublime swimming holes and vivid outback colours strike wonder in all who are lucky enough to venture to this remote part of…

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Hiking Poles 101

Best hiking poles

So you’ve decided you want to give this hiking pole thing a go. Your hiker friends love them, all the outdoor experts agree that they help save your joints, aid in balance and help you get up those steep climbs….

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Adam’s Great Patagonian Adventure

Patagonia

Patagonia. It’s a place of dreams for many a hiker around the world and captured my imagination when I visited for a one month holiday in 2019. The soaring granite towers of Torres del Paine and the Mt Fitzroy range,…

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The 15 Bushwalking Essentials You Absolutely Must Know

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