Australian Outdoors Adventures

A list of adventures and craziest things to do in your region
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Australian Outdoors Adventures

Postby to7update » Mon Feb 13, 2017 9:13 pm

If you like fishing, hunting, camping or 4WD, I believe Australian Outdoors Adventures has quite a few offers of interest. The site is well organized, and nothing like seeing the smile on someone's face holding a big fish!


For those who like to cook when camping, there is a special section for outdoor cooking. ;)
I love most outdoor activities!

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Re: Australian Outdoors Adventures

Postby Alexandoy » Wed Feb 22, 2017 3:39 pm

I’m easily attracted by this thread because it looks like a good package. However, I am still contemplating because of the age factor. I am not that young anymore to indulge in camping and I’m not one who loves fishing so it is only camping for me. But I love to cook food on an open fire during a camping trip. It’s just that I don’t know how it’s done in another country. Maybe I will take a raincheck for now and I will check the site when I have been to Australia already (as per our plans for next year).

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Re: Australian Outdoors Adventures

Postby Ray1 » Sat Apr 15, 2017 8:27 am

We decided to take a fun trip of Sydney last Sunday so we took a train to Parramatta and then took a ferry to Sydney Opera House, passing through Sydney Harbour Bridge. We spent some time on walking path along the Opera House and then took a bus to Bondi Beach and then back to Penrith by bus/train.

We wanted to go to Sydney Tower Restaurant but it was a long wait for bus at Bondi Beach for bus due to heavy rush so we postponed our program for the restaurant for some other time. And the best part of the trip was that all this trip cost us just AU$2.5 each as one can buy a Sunday ticket for this amount and go anywhere by any transport facility.

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