• Thousand Islands summer fun

    Summer in Canada is all about spending time by a lake or river, enjoying long days kayaking, swimming and hanging about in a waterside cottage that’s been in the family for as long as Great Aunty Betty can remember. The Adventure Journal founder Jennifer…

  • Snowboarding at Mt Buller

    Lifts are turning, snow is falling and the Aussie ski industry in pumped for the 2017 season after a great start. Mt Buller, in the Victorian Alps, was one of the first ski resorts to open (on June 2), joining only two other resorts…

  • Ever heard of Farquhar?

    When you get an invite to an unknown place not far up the road by a band of Troopcarrier worshippers the simple answer is yes. Having stumbled upon Troopcarriers of Australia (TOA) on Facebook, we knew these were Aussie blokes (and now many lasses)…

  • Hiking Wyrrabalong National Park

    Wyrrabalong National Park is one of the Central Coast’s best-kept secrets and is an ideal place for a family outing that burns energy (and calories). Separated into two sections, the park has plenty of hiking trails to choose from. But we head south to…

  • Blue Mountains canyoning

    Known as one of the best places to go canyoning in Australia, the Blue Mountains, west of Sydney, is a playground for weekend adventurers. Spend your days walking deep into the Aussie bush, scrambling over rocks, abseiling off ledges, swimming through dark ravines, sliding…

  • Wild Crescent Head

    An east coast low slammed into the surfing village of Crescent Head in March 2017, bringing torrential rain and wild surf. The erratic weather was the tail end of the category four Cyclone Debbie, which wreaked havoc across the popular tourist destination of the…