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Chris Ord takes an introductory course with one of the world's leading survival experts, West Australian Bob Cooper. WHAT KIND OF NAME is Bear* anyway? Sounds t…

Prior preparation and planning prevents poor performance, as the (sanitised) quip goes, and it's about as solidly truthful a cliche as you'll find when it comes…

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Ensure a successful walking trip each and every time by adopting these tried and tested tips from the experts. You have arrived at the campsite after the first…

Guides

Survial skills in the wilderness, part I Survival skills: staying warm and sheltered Being a well-prepared bushwalker you are already wearing lightweight, lon…

YOU WINCE AT THE memory of the feeling: the soles of your feet tenderised black and blue, straps cutting into your shoulder blades, your hip belt rubbing you ra…

LIKE ANYTHING, NATURAL BUSH skills and general savvy in the outdoors take time to develop. More so, it takes a natural want," says Monash University's outdoor…

1. Tongariro Northern Circuit Active volcanoes, craters and a small desert crossing (yes, there’s a desert in NZ) are highlights of the Tongariro Northern Circ…

WHAT'S THAT? FAIRLY NEW to trekking, you say? Well, before you and all that fancy new gear of yours heads off to tackle the Great Himalayan highways with nary a…

Adventure

Cool pools and stunning, secluded campsites reward walkers on the NT's Tabletop Track in Litchfield National Park. IT'S 11AM AND ALREADY sunscreen and sweat for…

Adventure

Exploring Australia on foot From mountain traverses to sand islands and outback tracks, these are the best long Aussie bushwalks. Scattered across our continent…

Adventure

Here is our pick of Australia's to camping spots - with an action-based twist, from kayaking to off-road driving. There's nothing more Aussie than heading away…

Adventure

If you think Tasmania’s Overland Track has been walked – and talked about – so much now that it might nearly be classified as passe, you’d be mistaken As one of…

RUGGED UP IN AN olive-green knitted jersey and cradling a cup of steaming tea in his hands, Paul Harper gazed out to the ocean from the verandah of his temporar…

Destinations

* Tibrogargan is currently closed due to dangerous rock falls OK, SO I'M AN idiot. I’m on my own, climbing the steepest bushwalk I’ve done in my life – a route…

Destinations

Both hikers and mountain bikers will be satisfied along the trails in the Great Otway National Park and Otway Forest Park. Beach walking, overnight treks, mount…