@frangiipane can't fall asleep at home quickly, all tucked up in bed, but when she sleeps under the stars in our swag, she always sleeps like a baby 👼🏼 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀
Anyone else sleep better in the outdoors than in their own bed? 🌲
Check out our 2nd Youtube video to see our camping set up 🏕
📺 YOUTUBE CHANNEL LINK IN BIO 📺
3 5724 June, 2019
This here is what we call a #dropbear . Don't let it's cute looks trick you, it may look like a cuddly animal but it will maul you to death.
These animals drop down from the trees and will tear you to pieces. Always keep an eye out for them.
The only known preventative for Drop Bears is #vegemite . If you eat vegemite on a daily basis, you will be safe.
Please note that marmite is not a substitute for vegemite in this scenario. In fact, marmite attracts and enrages the drop bears. #besafe#lookoutfordropbears
1 5024 June, 2019
Normal people have no idea how beautiful the darkness is!
We were lucky enough to be joined by Marie from Weekend Notes on the last campfire trip. You can read her article by searching for Live Adventure on the Weekend Notes website. Here’s a couple of excerpts: “As a person who enjoys the outdoors, I was keen to see what a guided hike in my own city would be like. Lisa Antill from Live Adventure made my afternoon hike easy and enjoyable. All I had to bring was myself, a small backpack and a water bottle. Lisa provided snacks, sunscreen, first aid, spare raincoats and a meal of damper and tea around a campfire at the end of the hike..." "...basically, the best thing to bring is your own sense of adventure…” “...This hike was a great way to spend a winter Sunday afternoon. It was lovely meeting the other hikers and is a good way of meeting like-minded people. If you like the great outdoors, then do it the easy way and book a guided adventure. Book your outdoor adventure now on the website or phone Lisa…”
1 1624 June, 2019
It's so cool to see my favourite photo used in advertising for this year's Nameless Festival! 📸🌠⭐️
Not all the time I make the gram but in this little spot the human scale makes the photo.
Nature has helped me a lot over the years from rock bottom on a few occasions and lacking any sort of motivation. I guess I've also been privladged doing all of this growing up at a young age and ticking alot of the "bigger/popular waterfalls" off when I was just entering high school if not before. Nature has always been there for me, no matter what the day something always happens to pop up even on the less scenic or somewhat bland hikes. Weather it be rainbows or animals nature always turns it on when I'm down. It's just about taking that emotion and putting it towards something good which to me is getting outside and exploring.
There's trips, and there's trips. And they can be very different things. Sometimes we push it for 13 hours, other days we walk for an hour. Sometimes we abseil, sometimes we climb, sometimes we just walk. This was one of those occasions. A lovely relaxed weekend away with the family to celebrate Nikki's birthday. Mt Royal was the target. Cold and wet, though fun nonetheless. Definitely want to return here for a sunrise.
Beautiful forrest trails at Barrington national park. shame we spent the whole time INSIDE a rain cloud. very damp very cold. but it adds to the adventure! nearly 40kms in two days despite the damp though im happy with that! with @somethingaboutonions
The 3 of us braved the 3 degree freshness this morning and tackled the You Yangs. 📷 credit - Perfect placed rock and self timer. #youyangsregionalpark#melbgirlsoutside 📍You Yangs Regional Park
🥾 East West Walk - 4.2ks
🥾 Flinders Peak - 3ks
3 2823 June, 2019
When the sun goes down, colours light up the sky, the water glasses over and for a perfect, serene moment... every single thing is quiet. 💛
📷: @wilkography_tasmania at Dove Lake, Cradle Mountain
It's getting close to that time of the year where the rainforests here take on a beautiful frosty hue. What better way to contrast the cold than hike in your undergarments.
That said these particular ranges are an absolute favourite stamina challenge of mine, guaranteed to work up a sweat. Conditions in Autumn are actually optimal, the midday heat is trapped in the moisture within the forest, yet the air is cool enough to refresh you along the tracks.