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From long-distance treks and paddling epics, through to wild mountain biking, spectacular road trips and mighty feats of climbing and exploration, if you’re after a story to inspire you, this is the place!More Adventure
From remote Tassie and Victoria, to the heights of Peru, Africa and the Himalaya, here are some cracking treks for your walking wish-list.Read article
Rafting the Franklin is considered one of the world’s greatest river journeys. Even if you’re not a paddler, we reckon it’s one of the best adventures in Oz. Here’s why.Read article
Summer is nearly here. That means long days outdoors that are perfect for these five multi-day hikes in Oz and NZ. Get walking!Read article
Whether it is an undiscovered part of our planet, or a national favourite location, for any and all information on the hottest adventure destinations, look no further.More Destinations
The NT capital of Darwin has plenty of short escapes that offer that unique Top End experience. Check these out!Read article
Don’t just stand and plan, head west with the fam! Perth and its surrounds offer loads of short escapes. Here are our faves.Read article
Multi-day hikes through remote wilderness, an iconic river journey, and biking high in the mountains. the Yukon is an adventurer’s dream made real.Read article
Our extensive gear tests offer all the information you will need before you lay down your hard-earned on that shiny new piece of adventure equipment.More Gear Reviews
The North Face has expanded and relaunched its iconic Summit Series of adventure apparel and equipment. We check it out.Read article
It’s the age-old saying that there’s no “one bike” that can do it all in the mountain biking world. Is Rocky’s Instinct the ultimate myth-buster?Read article
Is the new Apple Watch Ultra a game-changer for adventure-wearables or just a fancy smartwatch with a beefed-up wrist strap? We go into the wild with this innovative and tech-laden timepiece to find the answer.Read article
Expert advice on all things adventure, whether you’re looking to improve your skill base, or are up for tackling an all-new outdoor activity, we have all the hot tips.More How To
Promising complete physical and mental immersion in the aquatic world, is freediving the ultimate marine adventure? We dive in to find out.Read article
Snorkelling is one of Australia’s most popular marine activities, and one of the easiest to learn. Here’s how.Read article
Here’s the low-down on water filtration and purification systems to keep you healthy and safe on your next adventure.Read article
In a land that never melts, high in the Canadian Arctic lies an Arctic Cordillera where peaks of the Norse Gods; Mt Thor, Mt Odin and Mt Asgard tower over a frozen Nanuvut tundra. It is here where Australian photographer Mark Watson claims he feels most alive.
For many years Watson’s world was that of adrenalin & action sport but a decade of photographing everything from motorsport to big wave surfing awoke a spirit for a new challenge… something rawer.
This short behind the scenes film by award winning producer, director and DOP Jase Hancox touches on the drive behind Watson’s imagery and his search for something purer and more challenging than that of fast paced action.
It’s a journey of a simple walk in a park. It just so happens it is one of mother nature’s most majestic national parks and the temperature outside Watson's tent is well below -20 degrees Celsius.
A Jase Hancox Film