Hike Your Way to Better Health

When people think about doing something to improve their health, most of them think about joining a gym or spending hours jogging. For some reason, most people wouldn’t consider hiking as a possible solution. Perhaps this is because it’s a recreational activity and we often have a ‘no pain, no gain’ mindset, believing that the only things that will really improve our health must be unpleasant in some way. Hiking is actually a perfect example of why this isn’t the case. Not only is it fun, it is also one of the best things we can to for our body. Here are a few reasons why.
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5 Fantastic Family Camping Activities

Family camping trips always go better when you plan ahead! Although the stunning natural settings throughout Queensland offer your kids seemingly limitless opportunities to observe and explore, you need to have a few fun activities up your sleeve. Remember, children get bored easily and usually operate on full throttle from the moment they rise to the second they go to sleep. Below, we provide you with 5 great activities to ensure your family camping trip is a resounding success.
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Camping Safety Tips

One of the many great things about living in Australia is that the warm climate allows us to go camping pretty much anytime. The opportunity to communicate with nature and lie beneath the stars on a clear night is too much to resist for an increasing number of adventurous families. However, if you want to have the best possible outdoor experience, it’s necessary to be sensible and take certain precautions.
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How to Improve Your Hiking

Hiking is one of the best things you can do in terms of keeping fit. It also gives you a great opportunity to get to know yourself a bit better if you are on your own with your thoughts, or to get to know someone else a bit better. Have you ever wondered why some people are just able to put in more kilometers than you? How they are able to put in more time than you? Here are a few tips that will give you an edge. They will help you to hike faster and longer.
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Bushwalking – The Australian Adventure

Bushwalking comes in many shapes and varieties. From a stroll through an urban forest or local park, to getting out for a few days hiking in the hills and valleys of one of Australia’s national parks or reserves. Depending on where you come from, you might know bushwalking as hiking, trailing, rambling, hill walking, or tramping. In Australia, it’s all bushwalking. In this country, there is such a wide variety of terrains and landscapes for you to explore, so there is a huge and almost never ending opportunity for you to get out into the bush and if it’s on a trail or across areas of wilderness, it’s all known as bushwalking.
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Camping And Hiking Food Safety

Camping and hiking are two of the most popular outdoor activities for Aussies. With so many of us stuck inside for most of our working lives, we like nothing better than getting out into the fresh air, working up and appetite, and reviving the body, mind, and spirit that we can only get from the great outdoors. Luckily, if we get the outdoor urge, we can pack up the car and head out on our adventure at almost any time of the year.
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Enjoy the Great Outdoors: Go Camping

Enjoying the great outdoors can prove to be a difficult feat for some; too many have busy schedules and not enough time to make holiday plans. For others, it’s just not possible in regards to the expense. Travel, hotels, food, general spending, it all adds up. Sometimes it’s easier to just stay at home and take a leisurely stroll in the park. Think again! What about camping? Camping encompasses all holiday-goers’ basic needs, including accommodation, food, and a variety of activities at a more reasonable price; especially when compared to going abroad. Should you have a tent, a caravan, a motorhome, or a camper trailer, you can visit all of Queensland’s glorious nature resorts and still feel miles away from the stresses of work.
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