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July 1, 2018
werribee gorge
Recently in Melbourne, a hiker’s body was recovered from the popular hiking location Werribee Gorge. Without wanting to speculate over the details of how, why and what, something I did notice on social media were people’s reactions and how some were debating whether to visit Werribee Gorge ever again, going out hiking/camping as much as...
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pursuit of the outdoors podcast
In this episode of the Pursuit of the Outdoors podcast, I discuss decision making in the outdoors. Right now in Melbourne, we are copping a heavy downfall of rain which has kept everyone from enjoying a hike or camping trip. However, regardless of where you are located, making the right decision in the outdoors regardless...
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melbourne girls outside
In this episode, I got to chat with a few ladies from the female only outdoor group – Melbourne Girls Outside – about all things day hiking gear. From day packs to food & water, and everything in between, I go through everything I believe to be necessary when heading into the outdoors for a...
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pursuit of the outdoors podcast
In this episode, we chat with outdoor enthusiast Tristan O’Brien. He is currently walking 1900kms from Adelaide to Tasmania for his campaign – 1900 Footprints where he aims to raise money for the 1900 endangered species in Australia today. We chat about the why and how behind his fundraiser, the challenges he has faced so...
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the pursuit of the outdoors podcast
Welcome to the first episode of the Pursuit of the Outdoors podcast where producer and host, John Feeney, discusses what the podcast is about and the type of content you can expect. Our aim with this podcast to produce regular episodes discussing all things hiking, camping and the outdoors in general, but to also interview...
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