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Walking the Canberra Centenary Trail

Last month John and I put our walking boots on to hike a section of Canberra’s newest walking trail, the Canberra Centenary Trail.

So-called because it was launched for Canberra’s 100th birthday in 2013 and gifted to its citizens.

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Walking Tours

Golden Valley Tree Park

Tucked away in the south west of Western Australia amongst the stunning Blackwood River Region is a small quaint country town of Balingup. Thanks to the community of Balingup along with the Department of Parks and Wildlife there is a very unique place to visit and this is the… 736 more words


Arnold River Dam Walk - Fungi Fishing

Walks in the bush take on a whole new meaning come Autumn.

Instead of constantly looking up at the canopy our eyes are glued to the forest floor in search of fungi. 113 more words


Urban Trails Sydney

Local trails can often be overlooked if you live in the area or if you are visiting a City and you don’t always think about checking the them out, usually you just do the tourist thing and visit the popular sites. 1,839 more words

Australian Trail

Six Foot Track

The Six Foot track in the beautifully stunning Blue Mountains of New South Wales, Australia, is one track worth every step, every hill and a scary swing bridge to experience. 2,028 more words


Discovering NSW

We are in NSW! On an adventure of discovery, checking out hiking trails we have never done before. This trip it’s the girls taking on the challenge, (we left the boys at home). 4,328 more words

Australian Trail

Adventure 1.5 hours from Melbourne to find Cape Schack and The Peninsula Hot Springs

The contrast between the ancient volcanic cliffy landscape with the pristine wild beaches makes Cape Schanck a dramatically beautiful place to visit at any time of the year. 307 more words