By

Luke Marshall
Did you know that the Outback comprises 70% of Australia? It means there are plenty of places to get lost or stranded with too few essentials. A hiker who ventures into the Outback unprepared will face heat and dehydration, if not snakes and spiders. After all, Australia is—half-jokingly—the place where everything can and will kill....
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We live in a fast connected society, and things that would have been impossible years ago are now a reality. Although we’ve developed well as a society, important things such as family life and bonding have gone down the drain, and there’s an increasing need for finding time and bonding with one’s family and friends....
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Taking time out from the stresses of modern living is imperative and for many of us, that means leaving the phone and computer behind and heading out into the wilderness. Whether you are going for a few hours, a few days, or weeks, you still need to be prepared for anything – which is why...
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Hiking up a mountain that is thousands of feet above sea level can be exhilarating but dangerous at the same time. The wild climate on top of the world can be daunting even to the most seasoned hikers. It takes the right kind of preparation and tools to survive an adventure of such nature. Conditions...
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best hiking tracks in australia
Hiking can be a great stress reliever and alternative form of exercise. When you frequently hike with a group, you’ll be able to meet new friends and enjoy the outdoors. Regardless if you prefer solo hiking or a group dynamic, Australia has plenty of locations that can be considered as a hiker’s paradise. After you...
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