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Ladakh

I caught my first glimpse of snow-capped peaks and desolate valleys, as the plane approached Leh Ladakh. Ladakh is a province in the North West of India, next to the disputed area of Kashmir. It has a rich history as an ancient trade hub and is a fantastic fusion of different cultures and religion. Predominantly […]

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Kakadu

Breathtaking waterholes, abundant wildlife, diverse landscapes and rich cultural history; Kakadu has it all. At 20,000 square kilometres, Kakadu is Australia’s largest National Park. It includes Ramsar wetlands, stunning escarpments, permanent freshwater pools and tidal flats and offshore islands. Home to Aboriginal people for over 65,000 years, these days Kakadu is jointly managed by the […]

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Wild Cobourg Peninsula

Cahill’s crossing is the gateway to the Cobourg Peninsula. At low water levels, it’s a doddle. When the enormous tides of the area roll upstream it becomes a vehicle swallowing and saltwater crocodile-filled nightmare. It has a reputation as one of Australia’s most notorious crossings! The road to the Cobourg Peninsula begins at the northern […]

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Sea Kayaking Bruny Island

As an Adventure Curated contributor, I’m excited to invite you into my world, Sea Kayaking Bruny Island. Pursuing my passions of sea kayaking, photography, nature and the ocean environment has taken me along a winding track to Bruny Island. It’s a spectacular island just off the coast near Hobart, Tasmania. It’s the perfect home base […]

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Little-known East Arnhem Land

Arnhem Land is a truly remote region of Australia. Those willing to work for it will be rewarded with a truly unique experience. Our first destination was Wanuway (Cape Arnhem), which many referred to as the jewel of East Arnhem Land. On big travel days, we always like to get through some kilometres early before […]

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A journey of remote deserts and the remarkable Pintupi Nine

Shortly after touching down in Alice Springs, I joined the Diamantina Touring Co. LandCruiser convoy. We were heading into the heart of the desert and were off to meet the Pintupi Nine. The commute to the quiet tracks saw us whizz by Uluru and along the Great Central Rd to the Sandy Blight Junction Road […]

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Exploring Remote Nepal and Climbing Kyajo Ri (6,186m)

I crawl out of my tent and walk up to a little knoll on the ridge for a moment of solitude before stepping into the mess tent to join my group, the thin air feels cold, dark shapes of centuries-old fir and hemlock trees loom out of the mist. It’s evening after a long day’s […]

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Sea Kayak Bass Strait

Around this time, a few years back, we had just pulled into Wilson’s Promontory in Victoria, the first stop on our attempt to sea kayak bass strait. It had been a long day of paddling, but the trip to the start point, with four sea kayaks from Perth, had been much longer. My friends Hew, […]

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QAA Line

The QAA Line starts with a buzz, and after a few trips up Big Red it’s hard not to head off into the desert with a smile. But the real excitement begins when you head back down Big Red, over the horizon, and towards the desert beyond. The QAA Line runs from Birdsville west to […]

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Uluru

After the long trip up the Great Central Road from Perth, we crossed into the National Park as the last rays of the day gently illuminated the breathtaking formations that are Kata Tjuta. It absolutely felt like we had arrived someplace special. To catch our first Uluru sunrise meant an early start, and it was […]

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