Besides our weekly training, we enjoy longer weekend bush walks and other adventures, and like to participate in a variety of challenging events.

Frenchmans Cap

Frenchmans Cap is a challenging, exceptionally scenic 44.2km out-and-back walk in the Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park, Tasmania. The hike offers rivers, lakes, rainforests, open plains, rugged passes, and the quartzite peak of Frenchmans Cap with captivating 360⁰ views at a height of 1,446m. 

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Green Gully Track

Green Gully Track is a four-day hut to hut loop walk in Oxley Wild Rivers National Park, with a day spent walking in the Green Gully creek. It is a remote and moderately challenging walk, deep in the heart of…

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Catherine Hill Bay

Only 90 minutes north of Sydney, you can find a pretty campsite run by National Parks at Frazer beach in Munmorah State Conservation area. There are several walks nearby so a group of us headed there for a 3 day…

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Travers Sabine Circuit
Looking up the Travers Valley from our water taxi ride

Travers Sabine Circuit

The Travers Sabine Circuit is an 80km loop located in the Nelson Lakes National Park on the south island of New Zealand. It is usually walked over 4-7 days. We chose to do it over 7 days and nights including…

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