Lost in the Frenchman’s Cap area in Tasmania, Talie spent a night in the bush without her emergency gear. She activated her PLB then found the track, turning off the EPIRB. She describes her experience and lessons learnt.
Tweet From hiking Australia to Explorer In this post we continue the series of interviews with interesting outdoors people that have inspired us to keep getting into the outdoors! Louis-Philippe Loncke is a Belgian explorer who discovered hiking in Australia back in 2004. This experience has led him to bushwalk all over the country and […]
Tweet Vous songez à voyager en Australie pour la Tasmanie randonnée Overland Track? (Thinking of travelling to Australia to hike Tasmania’s Overland Track?) Would you love to read a trip report écrite en français? (a trip report in French) Can’t read French but just want to see some great pictures of the Overland Track from […]
Tweet In this post we continue with Larry Hamilton’s guest post on hiking the South Coast Track in Southern Tasmania. The South Coast Track runs between Melaluka and Cockle Creek in the South West Heritage area in Tasmania. It combines spectacular coastal hiking with some (a lot) of slog through inland sections with mud and […]
Tweet The Bibbulmun Track is one of the world’s great long distance walk trails, stretching nearly 1000kms from Kalamunda, a suburb in the hills on the outskirts of Perth, to the historic town of Albany on the south coast of Australia. In this post, our “End to Ender” Dave Tomlinson, shares his experience on planning, […]