Adventure

Australian School of Mountaineering | Katoomba

The official website of the Australian School of Mountaineering, Australia's longest established and most experienced adventure school and guiding company. The website sets out information on abseiling, canyoning, rock climbing, guided climbs, ice climbing and mountaineering, international expeditions, survival and navigation, rescue, technical rope access, corporate programs and guides and instru...

Chambers Pillar Historical Reserve | Alice Springs

Chambers Pillar is a weathered stone vestige of an ancient plateau. Located 175 km south of Alice Springs The Pillar rises 34m above the plain. The sediments making up the pillar were laid down as horizontal layers in an ancient seabed about 400,000,000 years ago. In the course of time the sandstone has been raised as a plateau but not tilted. The Pillar has been in its present form for thousand...

Falls Creek | Falls Creek

The ski village at Falls Creek nestles in a natural bowl deep in the heart of the Bogong High Plains, 236 kms from Melbourne. The bowl not only forms a natural trap for sunshine (promoting spring skiing) but also provides excellent beginners' slopes. The resort's international-standard runs are the site of an annual international race, the Ross Milne Memorial Slalom, held in July or August. Accomm...

Green Cape Lighthouse | Eden

Green Cape Lighthouse, the most southerly lighthouse in New South Wales, was designed by James Barnet as an octagonal tower in pre-cast concrete in classical form. The lighthouse stands at the southern most point of Ben Boyd National Park on the shores of Disaster Bay. Built in 1883 the light was originally powered by kerosene.

Hamersley to Marble Bar

Explore the wild gorges of Karijini National park ending with a swim in the 'spa pool' of Hamersley Gorge. View Ophthalmia Ranges from the top of Mt. Newman, continue to Rudall River National Park. Finish at Australia's hottest town, Marble Bar.

Imbil Town | Imbil

Imbil is the largest town in the lower Mary Valley, in Queensland. Like most country towns, it has a warm community with many active groups, and that, combined with its picturesque main street perched on the banks of Yabba Creek, is one of its main attractions. There is an annual country show, local Sunday markets starting at 9.00am and the Friday night youth group, as well as various events...

Josephine Falls, Bellenden Ker National Park | Cairns

Josephine Falls located in Bellenden Ker National Park approximately 30km south of Cairns, is one of many cascades that tumble out of the park. The forest area here is the haunt of bowerbirds and many species of shy jungle creatures.

Kalgoorlie to Uluru | Kalgoorlie

From Kalgoorlie take the Gunbarrel Highway through desert and aboriginal lands to Uluru. (4WD)

Kanangra Walls | Kanangra

Kanangra Walls are located in Kanangra-Boyd National Park 100 km west of Sydney. This Park lies to the south-west of Blue Mountains National Park, and is part of the Greater Blue Mountains Area World Heritage Site. The two principal features of Kanangra-Boyd National park are Kanangra Falls and Kanangra Walls. There are several well other well known landmarks in the park including Mount Cloudm...

Katherine Town | Katherine

Katherine is one of the largest towns in the Northern Territory. Located 320km south of the Darwin, the Town rests on the banks of the Katherine River. The Katherine Town Council is an established residential township with a commercial area and rural areas on the outskirts of the town. The original inhabitants of the town were the Jawoyn and Dagomen Aboriginal people. European settlement of the a...

Mataranka Town | Katherine

Mataranka is small township in the Northern Territory about 106 kms south-east of Katherine along the Stuart Highway. The main attraction in the Mataranka region is Elsey National Park, eight kilometres from Mataranka, has a number of springs and 'tufa' dams. Elsey National Park incorporates the Thermal Pool and areas along the Roper River. Within the Park are pleasant riverbank walks through po...

Mt Buffalo National Park

Mt Buffalo National Park is located approximately 300km North East of Melbourne and encircled by Ovens, Buffalo and Buckland Rivers. The 31,000 hectare park has 90km of marked bush walks. Rock climbers can enjoy "the Back Wall", "Chalwell Galleries", "Eurobin Falls", "the Hump", "the Gorge" and "the Leviatan". The park is also home to Mt Buffalo Ski Resort.

Overland Track, Cradle Mountain to Lake St Clair | Cradle Mountain

The Overland Track in Tasmania is one of the great walks in Australia and a must for all nature lovers and indeed for anyone who has a spirit of adventure. The Overland Track from Cradle Mountain to Lake St Clair is a true wilderness walk featuring spectacular dolerite mountains, waterfalls, fascinating ecosystems, Tasmania's highest mountain and Australia's deepest lake, Lake St Clair. The stun...

Six Foot Track - Jenolan Caves to Explorers Tree | Katoomba

"The Six Foot Track" a 45km trail across Blue Mountains National Park from Explorers Tree to Jenolan Caves. Information is available on the annual 45km marathon, Australia's 5th largest marathon, along the track.Start from Jenolan. Allow 9 hours. Imperial Hotel, Mt. Victoria is a good place to stay.

Snowy River National Park | Snowy River National Park

Located in far East Gippsland, Snowy River National Park allows the visitor to experience remote bush land in the mountains of Victoria's high country. Magnificent canoeing and kayaking experiences are to be found here. For bushwalkers the 18km Silver Mine track is a very enjoyable nine to ten hour walking experience. Visit Raymond Falls via the Falls campsite in the South of the park.

Strzelecki Track.

Head north from Flinders Ranges to Inamincka and visit the graves of Burke and Wills and the famous Dig Tree. (4WD)

Tennant Creek Town | Tennant Creek

Tennant Creek is a town located in the Northern Territory. The Town is the fifth largest town in the state; located on the Stuart Highway, just south of the intersection with the western terminus of the Barkly Highway. Tennant Creek is approximately 1000 kms south of the territory capital, Darwin, and 500 kms north of Alice Springs. The town is named after a nearby watercourse of the same name. ...

Watarrka Kings Canyon National Park | Watarrka (Kings Canyon) National Park

300km South West of Alice Springs lies Watarrka National Park, home to amazing Kings Canyon in George Gill Range of mountains. The fractured sandstone structures in this gorge form what has become known as "Lost City". The exploration party of Ernest Giles found lifesaving water here in 1872. Giles named the site Kings Canyon. Experienced bushwalkers can enjoy Giles Track, an overnight walk trav...

Wentworth Falls to Woodford

Allow 5 hours. Start at Woodford Railway Station. (mountain bike fire trail)

Woodford to Glenbrook Ride

Allow 3 hours. Start at Glenbrook Railway Station. (mountain bike fire trail)