Looking for the kind of getaway that has a bit of everything? We’re talking about taking the path less travelled, exploring places with amazing views, and enjoying the chance to stretch your legs with a hike or two, go for a paddle or take a mountain bike for a spin. If you’re keen to kick off 2018 with an adventure, start planning now.
4-day guided sea kayak tour to Wilsons Promontory
You might want to start working on your upper body strength for this four-day kayaking tour of Wilsons Promontory. You’ll explore secluded marine areas and pristine islands as you escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. All kayak and camping gear is included.
27 beaches 3-day hike in Murramarang National Park
If you haven’t explored the south coast of NSW it really should be on your holiday list for 2018. This experience is a great way to discover the beaches and bushland of Murramarang National Park. Say hello to the local wildlife and pack your swimmers to take a dip at one of the 27 beaches you’ll walk past on your three-day hike.
Three-day mountain bike adventure from Launceston
Chances are if you’ve been to Tasmania, you’ve already fallen in love with our southernmost state. Next time you visit, the three-day mountain bike adventure from Launceston is an amazing way to take in the sights. This adventure also includes two nights of accommodation at the exclusive, architecturally-designed Blue Derby Pods so you can relax in comfort after a long day riding the trails.
Three-day guided tour of northern Tasmania
If you’re looking for a slightly less active tour of Tassie, how about eating and drinking your way through the stunning Cradle Mountain region. This three-day tour includes transport, accommodation, meals and tastings! There will also be plenty of time to explore the World Heritage listed area with walks and even a canoe trip on Dove Lake.
Australian Red Centre hiking adventure
On this four-day hiking trip, you’ll see Uluru, Kata Tjuta, Kings Canon and more incredible outback adventures. Your experiences guide will also share knowledge on the Aboriginal spiritual significance of these places.