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  • Fearlessness comes from facing fear frequently. Whenever you feel a negative thought, you have an opportunity to change your mind. 

  • Birthday Celebrations

    If you’ve got a birthday, anniversary or other celebration while you’re out hiking, it can be hard to know what to bring to make it feel special. At Wild Women, we’re all about celebrating, and over the past 20 years we’ve come up with lots of ways to add that touch of sparkle when you’re out on the trail.

    Here’s how to do it.

  • Walking with women helps keep Christine physically strong and mentally balanced, "on an even keel", as she says. But it's the camaraderie she loves most about Wild Women.

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    If you’re looking for glorious beaches, ancient rainforests, spectacular rock formations, astonishing waterfalls, crystal clear lagoons, vast sandstone escarpments and pristine natural wilderness, you can’t go past the fabulous walks of Queensland. Here are our favourites.

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    In a fast-paced world of social media and reality TV, it can be hard to cut through the noise and focus on what's important.

    One Wild Woman wants to be a positive role model for her teenage daughter and she's leading by example.

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    Not all great recipes make great trail food. Over the past 20 years, with the help of our fabulous Wild Women Community, we’ve developed a few great snacks, treats and lunches to take on the trail.

     

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    If you’re looking for an iconic mini-break adventure that’s full of delightful surprises, look no further than the Three Capes of Tassie. 

    There are three different ways to experience this magnificent hike. We help you weigh up the option that will suit you best.

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    Have you ever felt you couldn’t possibly leave your kids or partner for an adventure with friends? Felt it would be too selfish? Too indulgent? That nobody would survive without you? Or have you done it and felt guilty? From a daughter who was "left", this one's for you... 

     

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    Every year we love to celebrate the amazing Wild Women in our community who have inspired us most with our Most Inspiring Award. We are proud to introduce you to our Most Inspiring nominees for 2019!

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    If you think hiking breakfasts have to be boring, think again. This delicious pancake recipe is the perfect way to start a hiking adventure and it'll impress your hungry hiking buddies.

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    Wild Women camp like we mean it. We go looking for secluded, magic places where you can immerse yourself in nature. We're letting you in on our favourite camping spots... so don't go spreading the word too far.

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    Most people know walking is good for them. We feel it - in our bodies and in our brains. But could walking in nature actually help prevent and treat clinical depression?

    Our Founding Director and women's health expert Di Westaway took a look at the research to find out.

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    These cookies are the most delicious choc chip cookies ever. They are best enjoyed with a cuppa on a clifftop after an awesome hike. 

     

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    When we have team lunches at Wild Women HQ, our Chief Adventure Chick Di often makes a salad. But it's not any old salad. It's a totally EPIC, 'omg-what-is-in-that?' salad. 

    The secret, she says, is the dressing. Here's her super simple, secret recipe. 

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    A few years ago, I was diagnosed with depression.

    I'm a lot better now, but I still have bad days. When this happens, and I wake up in the morning with nothing but dread and panic, I’ve got some go-to techniques to help me get back on my feet. I hope they can help you, too.

     

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    Right now, we're living in a stressful world. There's no doubt about it.

    In the midst of a global pandemic, many of us are feeling stressed about our jobs, our health, our loved ones, and the unknown. Especially those who are going through lockdown for a second time.

    While a little stress can be good for motivation and productivity, chronic stress can cause disease. 

    But there is a simple, quick and free way to help manage stress. Here's how to make it a habit. 

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    Over the past 10 years, we’ve become better at talking about mental health issues, but these conditions remain invisible. 

    It’s this that can make these issues feel so hopeless. But when we have hope, we have healing. 

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    No matter how much you plan for your next adventure, the reality is some things just won't go your way. 

    But if you add these four key elements, you've got yourself a wild adventure you'll remember forever.

  • This recipe is so good you'll want to make it at home, but we promise it tastes better on day three of a hike... 

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    We're going to let you in on a secret. Setting up a cheese board after a hike in the middle of the bush seems fancy and impressive, but it's really, REALLY simple. And quick. And easy. Here's how to do it. 

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