{Depression, Anxiety and the Outdoors}

A personal blog that many can relate to with some practical advice for dealing with depression and anxiety in the outdoors. … More {Depression, Anxiety and the Outdoors}

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{Comfort Merino Wool top review}

Part of the adventure Bushwalk the ‘Gong allows me to discover some awesome businesses and help spread the word about their products! I was delighted to hear that my fellow hiker John Feeney of The Hiking Society and his brother Jim Feeney have taken on a new venture Globewalker, distributing high quality active wear, down sleeping bags and mountaineering … More {Comfort Merino Wool top review}

Doggy Bushwalkers

As a nature loving bushwalker, we have all dreamed of taking our little four-legged friends for a wonderful nature adventure. In the Illawarra region, most people are accustomed to which beaches you can walk your dog on, but what about those days when you want your little mates to join you in the wild? Here … More Doggy Bushwalkers

{Top 3 Nature Meditation Walks in the ‘Gong}

Having travelled to Japan it is evident the benefits of absorbing the stillness of nature and meditation together. The Japanese relish being outdoors and especially nurture their connection to nature as part of a zen lifestyle. Shinrin-yoku is the Japanese phrase which describes “forest bathing or therapy”, the art of being in nature with no effort and simply just being. … More {Top 3 Nature Meditation Walks in the ‘Gong}

{Brubeck Tank Review}

Part of the adventure Bushwalk the ‘Gong allows me to discover some awesome businesses and help spread the word about their products! I was delighted to hear that my fellow hiker John Feeney of The Hiking Society and his brother Jim Feeney have taken on a new venture Globewalker, distributing high quality active wear, down sleeping bags and mountaineering … More {Brubeck Tank Review}

{How to leave no trace on your next adventure}

In our local area we are so lucky to be surrounded by pristine bushland. Since the early days of logging our escarpment for the lucrative Red Cedar trade, our forests have grown back to beautiful niches of rich biodiversity and spectacular wilderness. People who truly respect and appreciate our local bush would never intentionally enter … More {How to leave no trace on your next adventure}