"So many people live within unhappy circumstances and yet will not take the initiative to change their situation because they are conditioned to a life of security, conformity, and conservation, all of which may appear to give one peace of mind, but in reality nothing is more damaging to the adventurous spirit within a man … Continue reading Into the Wild
With 1,545 metres above sea level is Cradle Mountain the fifth-highest mountain in Tasmania and one of the principal tourist sites in the state. Whenever you come to Tasmania don't forget to climb Cradle Mountain. Even when you might see a lot of tourists walking around the lake will most of them don't climb the … Continue reading Cradle Mountain – Tasmania VI
The hike to Cape Raoul is definitely one of the best hikes I've done in Tasmania. Stunning remote scenery with coastal seascapes that include rock platforms, hundreds of metres high cliffs and columns, off-shore islands and swirling seas.
One of the best, if not the best hike I've done in Far North Queensland is the Manjal Jimalji trail in Whyanbeel Valley, north of Mossman Daintree National Park. I've been up there few times and can't wait to do it again. It's awesome. 🙂 Also know as Devils Thumb is this hike a difficult but … Continue reading Hiking Devils Thumb in Far North Queensland
One of the first hikes I have done in Far North Queensland is Walsh's Pyramid in Gordonvale, a small sugar-growing town on the southern side of Cairns in Queensland, Australia. The Pyramid is one of the most distinctive landmarks and the highest freestanding natural pyramid in the world. I have been up there few times and … Continue reading Hiking Walsh’s Pyramid in Far North Queensland
COMING SOON Do you like being in the woods? Climbing mountains? Hiking through the forests? I do and I believe there is nothing better to clear the mind and to feel truly connected to nature, the Universe and to yourself. Let me share here with … Continue reading Bushwalking in Far North Queensland – Australia