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Gros Morne National Park, Canada

Gros Morne National Park in western Newfoundland is the very definition of backcountry. Outdoor ventures into this vast unknown to take a look at a different Canada, not covered in snow.

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Through the Snow to Frenchmans Cap

The staggering beauty of Frenchmans Cap lures the senior curator of Hobart’s art museum into World Heritage Wilderness. But is it possible to appreciate nature in the cold and wild conditions of Tasmania’s alpine winter?

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50 per cent off camping in Victoria

Victorians and visitors can now better enjoy the outdoors thanks to a 100 million dollar investment by the state government.

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Petzl Actik Core Headlamp Review

350 lumens, multiple beam settings, and a rechargeable battery core make the Actik Core a shining light among darkness.

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In Ikara: Hiking the Flinders Ranges

Two brothers take an epic hiking trip through the red heart of the South Australian outback.

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In the Mouth of the Dragon: Kahurangi National Park, NZ

If you ever find yourself tackling the rugged terrain around Dragons Teeth, New Zealand, make sure you pack a machete.

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Adventures on the Wilderness Coast

Encountering two people during a 165km walk isolated enough for you? Outdoor brings you a solo hike through the untouched coast linking Victoria and New South Wales.

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Camping Can Rewrite Your Sleeping Pattern

Falling out of sync with the sun? The latest studies tell us camping away from artificial light can have surprising health benefits.

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Memories on the Murray River

A weekend spent camping and paddling along the Murray River exceeds expectations.

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Losing Track of Time: Wilsons Prom Trek

A botched attempt to cram 50 kilometres of hiking into a weekend sheds light on what's most important about being outdoors.

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Trek Tasmania

For those yearning to escape the rat race and delve headlong into nature, this summer there’s a new route to consider. A brand new course through the pristine takayna/Tarkine in Tasmania’s north west.

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The mighty Franklin, for which World Expeditions pioneered rafting tours

Powerful Stride, Small Footprint

In 2020, World Expeditions will celebrate 45 years of providing sustainable adventure experiences around the world. In our age of increasing urbanisation, environmental destruction and loss of adventurous opportunity, the company remains true to their founding philosophy of blending genuine life-changing adventure in stunning destinations with proactive preservation of the people, animals and environments that make those destinations so special in the first place.

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