There are so many natural wonders and settings for adventure around Cairns, Port Douglas, Mossman, Daintree and the surrounding area and something for all levels, ages, and abilities. As such, our goals with Wanderstories are threefold: 1) to provide information, 2) to foster inspiration, and 3) to encourage inclusion. These
There are so many natural wonders and settings for adventure around Townsville and the surrounding area and something for all levels, ages, and abilities. As such, our goals with Wanderstories are threefold: 1) to provide information, 2) to foster inspiration, and 3) to encourage inclusion. These three words – information, inspiration,
Enjoying a refreshing waterfall on Magnetic Island is the perfect day time adventure during the wet season. In the heavy rains, new waterfalls spring up everywhere around the island. Magnetic Island has many creeks and gullies... There are several other waterfalls are on the island but some are on private
There's are many places to adventure to around Townsville, so many that it would take you several years to explore all the different places within one hour of Townsville. Just south of Townsville is Bowling Green Bay National Park which provide adventurers like you and me an easily accessible playground
This track is on the south side of Paluma village and is an easy day walk that takes you on a loop down into Star Valley. It takes only one hour from the 'H-Track' to get to what is locally known as Triple Falls. Enjoy the waterfalls and maybe even a refreshing swim before continuing on the circuit.
This track takes you from Paluma Dam all the way down to Paradise Waterhole, Crystal Creek. It is named after Thomas Edward Andrews who was born in 1848 in Wicklow, Ireland. He made his home at the junction of big and little crystal creeks and provided supplies to the tin miners near Paluma Village.
Urban exploring is anything to do with exploring your city and manmade structures, often shortened to UE or urbex. It could be an abandoned building, mining shafts, or drainage tunnels. This is also referred to as 'draining' and it can be quite dangerous. Tunnels can collapse, stormwater drains can flash-flood
Mo'orea has many iconic peaks and despite the relatively low altitude, the mountains are among the most vegetated and rugged in the world. Due to the loose soil, vegetated natures, and decomposing volcanic rocks, most of the peaks are considered impossible to climb and many are still awaiting first ascents.
Many of the hikes on Mo'orea start in the lush Opunohu Valley where you are surrounded with unique mahogany trees, giant bamboo, and tropical flowers. In the north, Mount Rotui overlooks picturesque Ōpūnohu Bay and the settlements around Cook's Bay. Inland, hiking trails wind through the rainforest on the slopes
Mo'orea, also spelled Moorea, is a South Pacific island that is part of French Polynesia and is often visited by sailboats. It's known for its jagged, volcanic mountains, white sandy beaches, and crystal-clear blue lagoons. In the north, Mount Rotui overlooks the picturesque Ōpūnohu Bay and Cook's Bay. Inland, in
New Zealand's lakes are incredibly beautiful. With intense blue water, the most picturesque mountain backdrops and lots of activities around them, they make for the perfect holiday destination. Some of the best lakes can be found on New Zealand's stunning South Island – Lake Tekapo, Lake Ohau and Lake Pukaki. And
The Moselle Cycle Route, also known as "Le Chemin de la Moselle" or "Velo Tour Moselle", is a long-distance cycle path in France and Germany along the Moselle. The route goes through a blooming and rich landscape in the Moselle Valley. The landscape is characterised by sunny vineyards, steep hillsides,
The Kyll Cycle Route starts from Losheimergraben near Eifel and finishes Trier, the oldest city in Germany. You can easily return to Eifel via the Cologne-Trier railway line or continue on the Moselle Cycle Route to Koblenz. The long-distance cycle path winds its way along the Kyll River passing numerous