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Australian Heritage Festival NSW

NSW Heritage Festival 2019 Sydney events

Every place has a story. It’s these stories that transform sites from a mere location to gaining a sense of place. The annual NSW Heritage Festival offers a range of history-focused events. This year, the Australian Heritage Festival will be held between 18 April and 19 May 2019. Knowing our readers have a passion for heritage […]

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Best Royal National Park Walks

There are so many bush walks in Royal National Park that it can be hard to know where to begin. Sure, you’ve probably heard of The Coast Track, so let’s explore more of the best walks in Royal National Park. But first, a story… About Royal National Park Once upon a time, a long long […]

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Ideas for 24 Hours in Sydney’s Outdoors

As born and bred locals, we want to help you scratch the city’s surface to discover a whole other side: that of towering gum trees, dramatic sandstone cliffs and secret bush enclaves. Depending how long your stay is, even six of the best walks might be stretching it a bit, so here are some tips […]

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Camping Gear for Sale

Want to go hiking or camping but lacking a few essentials? Grab a bargain with ex-hire, used camping gear for sale and as-new or used bushwalking clothing. Our rental camping equipment was top-notch but we no longer offer this service so don’t need the gear anymore. We also have a bunch of ex-uniforms for sale from guiding […]

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Things to do in Manly (for people who love the outdoors)

From Manly’s beaches to bays, there are plenty of things to do in Manly. While the locals love the cosmopolitan dining and shopping, it is Manly’s natural beauty that attracted them in the first place. So pull on your boots and follow our guide of things to do in Manly for people who love the […]

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Cemetery Walking Tours

Cemetery walking tours give fascinating insight into the people and society that came before. Because in death, there are enduring signs of life. While Sydney may not be home to famous cemeteries like Cimetière du Père Lachaise in Paris or the Old Jewish Cemetery in Prague, still the old cemeteries of this relatively modern city […]

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Chris O’Brien Lifehouse Walk

We’re proud to partner with Walk with Lifehouse, for another coast trek challenge benefitting Chris O’Brien Lifehouse. We’re working closely with Lifehouse on all things walk-related, to ensure 200 walkers have the best route, most thorough preparation and safest experience. The Chris O’Brien Lifehouse walk is an annual 28 kilometre fundraising walk along the Royal National Park’s Coast […]

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Tips for Whale Watching Season Sydney

The whale watching season in Sydney is between May and November each year but some times are better than others to increase your chances of seeing whales. We’ve been walking Sydney’s coastline for years, so here are our tips on how to take advantage of nature to get the best out of your whale watching […]

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Trekking Training for Everest in Sydney

A few months ago we received an email from a newsletter subscriber Paul about trekking training. He wrote; Just wondering if you have written any articles on good walks (with a lot of steps) in and around Sydney that would be good practice for Everest? We’d just shared the challenge of walking the Coast Track […]

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Tips for Hiking in the Rain

The weather forecast is RAIN. Do you a) hide indoors and dust the top of your kitchen cupboards OR b) greedily choose to have stunning bushwalking tracks all to yourself, see more wildlife than usual, stare in amazement at the trickles and waterfalls you never thought possible? The more awesome option b) means facing the […]

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