ADVENTURE

Whitewater kayaking may not be as popular in Australia as it is in other countries, but the Outback has some of the best destinations in the world when it comes to kayaking on the rapids. Kayaking in the river is one of the best ways...

A paper map and a compass are the most reliable and most effective way to navigate and find your location. Ever since the age of GPS and Google Maps began, a lot of people have forgotten how to use them. If you’re one of those...

As the warmer climes depart, so do many of the popular target species. Its that time of the year where the shorts go back in the draw and the jeans come out. That means adjusting your fishing accordingly and moving onto the winter species that...

The Yarra River is one of Melbourne's hidden gems for a variety of applications. Its upper reaches offer phenomenal fly fishing, but you can have some luck with just about any freshwater fishing style and application. For this reason, I like to take my grandkids down...

The Gippsland Lakes region of Victoria offers some of the richest fishing in all of Australia. Fishos flock here to catch Salmon, Snapper, Trevally, Jewies, Tailor, Whiting, Bream, Trout, Redfin, and Flatties. You can literally wake up, pick a target species, grab your bag, and...

In circles of Murray Cod fishos, meeting in the dusty corners of tackle shops, sharing secrets for success and chattering excitedly about where to find big Murray Cod, one word seems to come up more and more: Copeton. Murray Cod fishos across Australia are marking...

I have heard folks say that mud crabs can snap the neck of a beer bottle. Now, I'm not in the business of wasting good beer, but I do know these crustaceans fill me up a treat, and the kids love spending a Sunday crabbing. They...

Spending a day on a fishing charter is a great way to explore a new fishing location. But it is also a chance to improve and refine your fishing skills. When I see charter customers spending the day taking in the sun instead of getting...

Southeast Queensland has plenty to offer beginner and season 4WDers. But few places hit the spot quite like the Glasshouse Mountains. Just a short drive from Brisbane, the Glasshouse Mountains have plenty to keep you busy, from inclines to mud holes, and rugged forestry roads. ACCESSIBILITY Aside...

When I am in the kayak on a day out paddling and fishing, I want my food on the fly. Everything has to be about convenience. But at the same time, paddling is exhausting work, and when you are out all day, it can be...