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Snowboarding at Mount Baw Baw, Victoria

Full of exciting runs, varied terrain and stellar views, Mount Baw Baw is a better snowboarding destination than a lot of people realise.

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Hiking through the thriving forest of Tarra Bulga. PICTURE CREDIT: Visit Victoria

Central Gippsland: A Varied Land

Central Gippsland contains 1500-metre peaks, 150 kilometres of continuous beach, and 100s of square kilometres of lakes, not to mention endless inland hikes and rail trails through forests and rolling hills.

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Victoria's Top 5 Adventure Regions

Seeking a new setting? Outdoor unveils the best places in Victoria for your next adventure, whether you're looking for an amble or an ascent, a paddle or a pedal.

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The East Gippsland Rail Trail

The east Victorian 96-kilometre bushland route, closed to all motorised traffic, is a haven for walkers, horseback riders and mountain bikers alike.

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Gippsland Goals

Famous for the Prom, South Gippsland is crammed with equally stunning attractions that warrant an extended stay.

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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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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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Hiking the Grampians Peaks Trail

Outdoor tackles 40km of what will be a 160km 13-day hike in one of Australia's most spectacular regions.

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Victorian High Country Best Mountain Biking Spots

No time for a pilgrimage to Moab or Whistler? Check out these five epic MTB parks within a coo-ee of Melbourne and Sydney.

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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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A World Expeditions trek in Nepal, where it all started in 1975. Image by Mark Tipple

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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