Australia 

  • Kickstart spring season in Australia with a run across the heritage-listed Sydney Harbour Bridge on roads specially closed off for the IAAF Road Race Gold Certified Sydney Running Festival. This is also the last race to clock your required mileage for the Big 5 Marathon! Duration: 5 days
  • Explore the rich history and unique landscapes surrounding Australia’s Bush Capital. Be awed at the Enlighten Festival, visit Canberra's famous national attractions, and spot native wildlife at the Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve. Duration:           7 days
  • Camping and hiking in the Budawangs is not for the feint hearted. This three day adventure will take you deep into the Australian wilderness. The walk is challenging but the scenery is definitely worth the effort. Duration:           3 days
  • “Scrub” is Australian slang for wilderness. This adventure provides samples of the wilderness in the form of forests, beaches and mountains all within different National Parks. Duration:           3 days
  • The Blue Waterholes Adventure Tour takes us deep into the Northern tip of Kosciuszko National Park in Australia’s Alpine Ranges. The trip includes two popular walks along the scenic Clarke Gorge and Nichols Gorge. Duration:           2 days
  • Wrap yourself in the incredible natural beauty of North East Victoria’s mountains, valleys and rivers. Enjoy gastronomic delights, explore alpine townships from Beechworth to Bright, and take in some fascinating history along the way. Duration:           9 days
  • The outback experience of a lifetime. Start near the sea and traverse rainforest, mountains and savannah as we cross Cape York, arriving in the Gulf of Carpentaria to watch the sunset over the sea. Duration:           12 days
  • Cycle your way through South Eastern Australia’s incredible natural beauty, fantastic produce and rich history. Journey with us this autumn and pedal beneath grand old trees heavy with striking leaves of red and gold. Duration:           7 days (month of May)Interested in this trip...
  • Featuring fully closed roads and an iconic city course, the UCI-sanctioned Tour de Brisbane is a world-class experience on 2 wheels ! There’s a ride for everyone at this iconic cycling event. There are also opportunities for you to explore the surroundings of Brisbane on your bike pre/post event.  Duration : 3 - 5...
  • Kickstart spring season in Australia!  Run across the heritage-listed Sydney Harbour Bridge specially closed off for the IAAF Road Race Gold Certified Sydney Running Festival. This is also the last race to clock your required mileage for the Big 5 Marathons! Duration: 3 days   Extend your stay in Sydney at the Rydges Sydney Central Hotel for...
  • Explore the top end of Australia on this 2-day adventure into Kakadu ! A great introduction into the indigenous culture and natural environment that Kakadu National Park is famous for.   Duration : 2 days   Travel Period : November – April, on Wednesdays & Saturdays   Interested in this trip ?  < ? SUBMIT A QUERY >...
  • Explore the top end of Australia on this 3-day adventure Litchfield and Kakadu tour ! Visit all the main attractions. Together with a small group and travel in a 4-Wheel Drive vehicle, this is a great adventure tour. Camping in tents/swag and air-conditioned dormitory.   Duration : 3 days   Travel Period : November – April, on...
  • Spend more time relaxing, exploring and less travelling time on this 3 days Kakadu expedition. Great hikes and spectacular waterfalls, indigenous culture for fun and adventure.   Duration : 3 days   Travel Period : May - October, on Mondays, Wednesdays & Saturdays     Interested in this trip ?  < ? SUBMIT A QUERY >...
  • Explore the top end of Australia on this 3-day Litchfield and Kakadu expedition. This is a great introduction to the waterfalls, unique landscapes and indigenous culture of both national parks.   Duration : 3 days   Travel Period : May - October, on Tuesdays, Fridays & Sundays   Interested in this trip ?  < ? SUBMIT A QUERY...
  • This trip covers both Kakadu and Arnhemland National Parks. It is a very active tour, which puts large emphasis on aboriginal culture while learning about the wildlife and landscape.   Duration : 4 days   Travel Period : May - October, on Mondays, Wednesdays & Saturdays     Interested in this trip ?  < ? SUBMIT A QUERY...
  • This trip explores Kakadu National Park at its best. It includes visit to the special permit area of Koolpin. This itinerary is designed for the very fit and active hikers.   Duration : 5 days   Travel Period : June – September, on Tuesdays     Interested in this trip ?  < ? SUBMIT A QUERY > and one of our...
  • Create memories to last a lifetime as you cross the Red Centre's wild and untamed landscapes. Enjoy the perfect overview to walking in the outback with a selection of day walks along favourite sections of the Larapinta Trail. Winding along high exposed ridge lines and through deep, sheltered gorges, this gentle introduction to desert walking traverses one...
  • This is a perfect way to see the highlights of Central Australia. Discover the Red Centre's dramatic and untamed landscapes. Enjoy favourite sections of the Larapinta Trail, wonders of Kings Canyon and the sacred site of Uluru.   Duration : 7 days   Travel Period : April - September   Interested in this trip ?  < ? SUBMIT A...
  • Hike self – guided and at your own pace is one of the best ways to truly appreciate the immensely diverse and unique landscapes, flora and fauna of Australia’s Red Centre. The trail takes you through narrow canyons, stunning gorges and forests of mulga and mallee, over high ridgelines and around idyllic waterholes, spending each night under...
  • Join us on the iconic Overland Track, retreating each evening to the only private accommodation along the trail. Over 6 days, the rare beauty and diversity of Tasmania’s World Heritage-listed Cradle Mountain – Lake St Clair National Park is yours to discover.Duration:   6 days Departure...
  • Ready to walk one of Australia’s most epic coastlines? Here, you’ll find everything you need to prepare and get excited about your adventure. Journey on foot along the Great Ocean Walk from Castle Cove to the Twelve Apostles. Duration:   4 days Departure Period:  September - June     Interested...
  • The signature voyage begins at Fortescue Bay, with a walk to Cape Hauy in Tasmania Australia. Back at Fortescue, your luxury 23-metre (75-foot) ketch is waiting. Lady Eugenie is your well-appointed retreat for the next six days.Duration:   6 days Departure Period:  September - May      Interested in this trip? <?...
  • If squeaky white-sand beaches and wild coastline appeal to you, the Bay of Fires is a spectacular reason to lace up. Discover the breathtaking beaches along the east coast of Tasmania as you explore the Bay of Fires with us. The Bay of Fires offers an awe-inspiring escape, teeming with unique flora and fauna. Duration: ...
  • The Three Capes Lodge Walk is a fully guided walking experience along Tasmania’s dramatic Tasman Peninsula with the wild Southern Ocean as your constant. A boat trip, dolerite spires and 37,000 years of history form part of the journey. Duration:   4 days Departure Period:  Year round departure  ...
  • The Great Victoria Rail Trail is Australia’s longest rail trail passing through charming towns and diverse countryside. The dedicated cycle way meanders next to the heritage classified Goulburn River, crossing Lake Eildon before entering the pretty Trawool Valley.   This is a self-guided cycling trip.   Duration: 4 days  ...
  • The Hunter Valley is where wine making started in Australia and remains one of the most important wine producing areas in the country. On this self-guided cycling trip, ride a journey around the Hunter Valley to experience some of the best it has to offer. It’s not just the wine on show – artisan olive producers, chocolatiers, chefs and bakers...
  • This self-guided cycling edition of the Murray to the Mountains Rail Trail (in Victoria) uses gravity to your advantage. The major hills are avoided, so you can focus on taking in the beautiful scenery and enjoy the local produce and wines. Along sections of the old Wangaratta to Bright railway line and surrounds, cycle on gentle, flat roads or fun...
  • What better way to enjoy the wines, food and countryside of Mudgee in New South Wales, than on a bicycle. On this self-guided cycling trip, you are free to set your own pace, with time to enjoy a long lunch, sample local cheeses or stop for a wine tasting enroute. The choice is yours.   Duration: 5 days   Departure Date:  Daily, all...
  • Tasmania's East Coast offers access to some of the best experiences on offer on the island state. For experienced cyclists, there are few better ways to take in all the highlights than by travelling by bicycle at your own pace on this well-crafted self-guided itinerary. When in Freycinet National Park, there is time to explore this special part of the...
  • Pedal your way around the pretty towns of Southern Highlands in New South Wales on this journey of discovery by bicycle. Riding the edge of the Morton National Park with its escarpment, massive waterfalls and network of walking trails. The journey begins from the heart of Bundanoon Village. Taking the backroads between iconic towns, there is so much to...
  • The newly established 400 KM long Central West Trail takes cyclists on a loop through New South Wales' Central West Region. There is everything you would expect from the rural Australia including sweeping views, lonely roads and charming towns packed with character. The route traverses the territory of the Wiradjuri people, the first nations people of...
  • Go an in-depth walk into the Blue Mountains, where the weather is cool, the air fresh and the views breathtaking! Learn from our local ecological nature guide as they show you the hidden treasures of the Blue Mountains and why these one million hectares of tall forests, sandstone cliffs, canyons and waterfalls is listed unanimously as a UNESCO World...
  • A self-guided trek into Tasmania's majestic Walls of Jerusalem National Park should be high on the agenda and only for experienced walkers. This spectacular and remote glacier carved landscape is Tasmania's one true alpine National Park, accessible by foot only.   This is a self-guided trip.   Duration: 3 days   Departure Date: ...
  • A perfect walking itinerary for walkers who are confident with their outdoor skills and would prefer to take on Tasmania's most iconic walk independently. This full-pack self-guided trek through the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area takes you from the stunning crags of Cradle Mountain to the rainforest-clad shores of Lake St. Clair.   This...

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