Who would have thought a successful kayaking tour business on the south coast of NSW would have its origins in the backwaters of the Patagonian Andes in Chile. After years running high-end river expeditions for other companies, Josh and Kate Waterson were welcomed with the amazing news their little duo was going to grow by … Continued
Tasmania has many successful adventure tourism businesses, but none stand out more so than the husband and wife team at Roaring 40s Kayaking. Reg and Jenny Grundy have been operating their business now from Hobart for over 7 years. It’s fair to say they have built an enviable business and have the awards and accolades … Continued
Driving into the misty Blue Mountains, I was wondering if my abseiling experience would be cancelled. A light rain hit the car, and the famous Mountains were hidden behind a thick blanket of fog. My sister and I arrived at the local youth hostel, eager to start our adventure amongst the other nervous but excited … Continued
My partner, brother and sister in-law kayaked through the King River Gorge in the pouring rain on a somewhat cool summer day for Tasmania. Despite the rain (which you didn’t notice once you landed on the river as it is so beautiful), we had a brilliant time. We travelled up stream with a goal to … Continued
A guide to Cape Arid National Park at Esperance, Western Australia Cape Arid National Park is a vast 279,415 hectares, located on the southeast coast of Western Australia, 120 kilometres east of Esperance. Access to the park is from the sealed section of Fisheries Road. Nine kilometres of conventional drive all weather gravel road leads to … Continued
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