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John Feeney
big pats creek
Very much an adventure location on the rise, there is so much hiking in Warburton to be done that we thought we’d collate them together into this handy adventurers guide. Whether you’re a beginner hiker or someone who likes a challenge, there is something for everyone in this adventurers guide. But before we get into...
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There is very little doubt that the current COVID-19 has completely smashed the tourism industry here in Victoria, and Australia wide. Whilst some businesses have been completely put out of business, others have had to put their adventures on hold or reschedule them to a later stage whilst dealing with this crisis. This includes our...
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western slopes hiking track
A part of the Dandenong Ranges Circuit, and not to be confused with the Mount Dandenong Trail, the Western Slopes Hiking Track navigates its way around Mount Dandenong taking in some incredible views including the popular Burkes Lookout. The first thing that stood out for me about this track from an accessibility point of view...
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paul goodsell
If you’re a hiker and you’re on Facebook you might be familiar with the group ‘Hiking in Australia & New Zealand’. Well, we recently had the pleasure of chatting with chief moderator Paul Goodsell about not only the Facebook group (which now sits at 32,000 members) but all his hiking origin story, working for Snowys...
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Recorded back in early 2016 during my first multi-day hike in New Zealand, I was making my way in the Tongariro National Park and was offered a lift into the park by a kind lady. Declining her generous offer and preferring to walk, I thought this would be an opportune time to share some brief...
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After several months since we did our last podcast, we’ve decided to ramp things up and start doing more; especially during this period of isolation that we find ourselves in due to COVID-19. Speaking of which, that just so happens to be the topic of our latest episode – What You Can Do During The...
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refuge cove
Located in arguably one of the most popular sections of Wilsons Prom, the track from Tidal River to Refuge Cove is an adventurers dream. Complete with a well-worn path that cuts its way through lush, green forest, across expansive beaches and along various sections of the coast, it’s easy to understand why so many hikers...
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huka falls walk
Considered one of the most visited natural attractions in New Zealand, Huka Falls and indeed the Huka Falls Walk is a must if you’re visiting Taupo. Part of the mighty Waikato River, the Huka Falls is a body of intense clear water that emits a blue colour that is a result of the reflecting light...
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tawhai falls walk
Without a doubt one of the shortest hikes in the entire Tongariro National Park, the Tawhai Falls Walk is an easy, little meander through mountain beech forest. Beginning at a small car park located 4km below the Tongariro National Park Visitor Centre on SH48, this is an incredibly easy track to follow. I’d also say...
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whakapapanui track
A short 7km walk located in the Whakapapa Village in the Tongariro National Park, the Whakapapanui Track is an incredibly enjoyable walk under the shelter of the forest. Ideally walked as a return walk starting at either at the Whakapapa Village near the holiday park or at an entrance 3km below the village on SH48,...
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