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Review – Wild Adventures: Curtis Island

Review – Wild Adventures: Curtis Island

There’s only one way to describe Johnny Mitchell: a modern day Malcolm Douglas. He’s an all-Aussie adventurer with a love of the bush and passion for understanding the wild world around him. Over the past few years he’s turned from fishing guide to videographer, sharing his knowledge through a series of DVD’s covering everything form […]

Ulladulla Body Map Base Layer

Ulladulla Body Map Base Layer

The single most important thing with a base layer is comfort. Yes, warmth and moisture wicking are high on the agenda too, but if you’re chafing or just uncomfortable, then even the warmest set of thermals will become horrible. A good set of thermals means you can spend an active day in the outdoors during […]

An Escape in the Coffs Harbour Hinterland

An Escape in the Coffs Harbour Hinterland

Just a short drive from the coast of Coffs Harbour is the beautiful hinterland. It’s a peaceful and lush green landscape dominated by patches of forest and farmland. This is where you go to get away from the action of the seaside and have a bit of relaxation time. One of the best places to […]

Big on Sound, Bigger on Style!

Big on Sound, Bigger on Style!

We review the new Sennheiser On-Ear Headphones and discover there’s loads of substance to the style. First things first, the sound, and we’re sticklers for quality audio. I mean who wants to listen to the latest Daft Punk album and miss all the subtleties in the tunes! When it came to walking through the airport […]

T- Rex Exhibit only at Sydney’s Australian Museum

A unique dinosaur exhibition featuring prehistoric fossils and specimens never before displayed outside China was opened at the Australian Museum by Minister for Tourism, Major Events and the Arts, George Souris. Exclusive to Sydney and NSW, the blockbuster exhibition, called Tyrannosaurs, showcases the real ‘T-Rex’ and all of its ancestors for the first time in […]

Style, Quality & Function at a Budget Price!

Style, Quality & Function at a Budget Price!

Whether you’re heading out on an overnight jaunt in the wild or just spending the day trekking in the bush, you need a pack that’s reliable, practical and tough. Too often you find hiking bags that have all the gimmicks and look the goods, but just don’t perform. Well this little beauty is quite the opposite.

Peru Uses Climate Change To Lure Tourists To Glacier

Peru Uses Climate Change To Lure Tourists To Glacier

In its heyday, the Pastoruri glacier in central Peru, drew throngs of tourists packed into dozens of double-decker buses 16,000 feet (5,000 metres) high into the Andes to ski, build snowmen and scale its dizzying peaks. It was so bright with ice and snow that sunglasses were mandatory. But in less than 20 years, including […]

Leura Garage – Great Food Mechanics!

Leura Garage – Great Food Mechanics!

This is a great example of how good, simple food made by caring hands can be amazing!

The High Life!

The High Life!

A trip to see one of Australia’s natural wonders, The Three Sisters, should be a memorable one. This iconic masterpiece made by Mother Nature is only a scenic 90 minute drive from Sydney, but it’s as though you’re a world away. And to make the most of exploring the pristine wilderness and nearby quaint village […]

Veranda Grand Baie Hotel & Spa, Mauritius

Veranda Grand Baie Hotel & Spa, Mauritius

If you’re after a place where you can simply arrive, unpack and then not have to travel far to see the sites and do a load of activities, then this is a great spot for you! Located about an hours or so from the main international airport in Mauritius, The Veranda Grand Baie Hotel & […]