Alexia trekking on the Great Wall of China

“I’m Alexia – I’m a foodie, a go-go-go type of person, I love to travel, and I have multiple sclerosis.” As if I was set up on a blind date (pandemic-style!), I met Alexia for a video chat after hearing she had a unique story to share. And I’ll be the first to admit my ignorance about MS until we spoke.

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Larapinta Hike for Health

A group of excited trekkers supporting Australian Conservation Foundation, Guide Dogs Australia, RizeUp, Royal Hobart Hospital Research Foundation, and The Shepherd Centre are off to trek the Larapinta Trail! Check back here for daily updates as the team challenges themselves through the red landscapes of Central Australia. Alice Springs Telegraph Station to Wallaby Gap. 16km…

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Larapinta Hike for Health

A group of excited trekkers supporting Cancer Council Tasmania, NBCF, and The Stroke Foundation are off to trek the Larapinta Trail! Check back here for daily updates as the team challenges themselves through the red landscapes of Central Australia.

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Team Wesley Mission Queensland is off to trek the Bibbulmun Track! Check back here for daily updates as the team challenges themselves through the rocky and coastal terrain of Western Australia. Every dollar raised goes to support Humming Bird House, Queensland’s only children’s hospice. Show your support by donating here. Day 1 And the adventure…

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Bianca and her teammate riding bicycles

Change is as good as a holiday 19 March 2021 – By Bianca Drieberg, Inspired Adventures Team Leader Adventures are supposed to be just that – a unique and exciting or daring experience. And as a Team Leader, trekking and cycling into the unknown with a group of like-minded strangers is part of the challenge……

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Why Machu Picchu’s Sun Gate is one of my most unforgettable travel moments 24 November 2020 Webster’s dictionary defines ‘unforgettable’ as…sorry, I’m just kidding. I won’t do that. But when I was asked to write about an unforgettable experience on one of my adventures, the first thing that came to my mind was my incredible…

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7 of the most unforgettable experiences in Australia 23 November 2020 With international travel largely on pause for the foreseeable future, Australians have been presented with an incredible opportunity to explore some of the places a little closer to home. Places packed to the brim with experiences that will help you reconnect with nature, get…

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Outdoor clothing: The art of layering 23 October 2020 Whether you’re hitting the trails, camping under the stars or carving up the slopes, winter is a great time to soak up the plentiful benefits of the great outdoors. To ensure your outdoor pursuits are experienced to their maximum potential, keeping warm and staying comfortable is…

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Supporting local communities hit by recent bushfires 28 February 2020 The recent bushfire season has left many communities around Australia in a state of utter devastation. Though the worst of it is behind, there is a long road ahead before these towns are back on their feet. There are lots of ways you can do…

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4 major cities we love to visit on our adventures 28 February 2020 Every city in the world has its own unique charm and character—from Japan’s quirky capital to Nepal’s spiritual base, these cities have plenty to offer visitors and provide a glimpse into local life. Many of our adventures include day tours to give…

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