Why Do People Walk the Kokoda Trail?

The legend behind the World War II Kokoda campaign is renowned in Australian military history. In July 1942, the Japanese Army landed in Papua New Guinea in an effort to capture Port Moresby. They entered via the Kokoda track over the Owen Stanley Range but the...

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The Top 6 Australian Destinations for an Adventurer

Why do people love travelling to Australia? This big beautiful country has something for everyone. The sun, surf, sand, snow, natural beauty, adventure activities, boating activities, unique wildlife, you name it, we have it. You can go to one state to enjoy 30 degree...

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Top 10 Adventure Hikes to Add to Your Bucket List

Adventure Excellence hasn’t been everywhere in the world but, as our name suggests, we know plenty about what makes a great adventure.  With our wealth of experience we have compiled a list of some of the most scenic and truly beautiful one-day hikes that the world...

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Must Have Items in Your Backpack for Bush Walking

The Joy of the Outdoors Bush walking, hiking or trekking have always been a cost effective and adventurous way to experience the great outdoors. Trekking is a fabulous way to explore a new area either alone or with friends and is a great opportunity to experience...

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The history of the Kokoda Trail

The Kokoda trail is a 96km Track located in Papua New Guinea that runs from Owers Corner in Central Province to the Village of Kokoda in Oro Province. The legend behind the 1942 Kokoda Trail is renowned in Australian history and rightly so..

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AE Stories – Edition #3

In this issue of AE Stories:
• The Wonders of Mt Kilimanjaro
• Waltzing Matilda – Helping Drought Relief Gait to Gate
• Meet Mal Cockburn – English Channel swimmer and AE trek leader
• Progressive overload training with AE fitness expert Ben Coley

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AE Stories – Edition #2

In this issue of AE Stories:
• The Wonders of Mt Kilimanjaro
• Waltzing Matilda – Helping Drought Relief Gait to Gate
• Meet Mal Cockburn – English Channel swimmer and AE trek leader
• Progressive overload training with AE fitness expert Ben Coley

read more