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  • Australia Day is fast approaching, you’ve managed to score the day off work and you’re looking for something fun to do to celebrate... Wild Women On Top has got you covered. 

  • By Di Westaway | CEO Wild Women On Top
    Academics have long debated the existence of the midlife crisis, but we’ve all seen the warning signs and know the stereotypes: men buy fancy cars and women get facelifts.
    So, if this is indeed true… can we look at other solutions by evaluating our life goals and aiming to get healthy instead?

  • By Samantha Page | Marketing Assistant Wild Women On Top
    Struggling to get into the Christmas spirit? There's no better way for our Wild Women to start feeling festive than walking Sydney's best Christmas light streets!

  • By Lisa Marshall | Director Wild Women On Top
    This year I learnt an invaluable skill, I have learnt how to transform fear into freedom. An ability that allowed me to open the doors to a new life in a beautiful place for me and my growing family…

  • By Jo Vartanian | Wild Women On Top Coach

    The recent tragic death of an international tourist camping on the summit of Mt Warning, on the NSW north coast is a timely reminder to us all about the risks we need to consider when adventuring in the outdoors. Emergency service personnel who attended the incident said that the tourists were victims of extraordinary circumstances and it is very, very unusual for something like this to happen.

  • By Lisa Marshall & Samantha Page | Director & Marketing Assistant | Wild Women On Top 

    2016 was the crazy year you planned to do something extraordinary, climb a gigantic mountain, explore a new part of the world or trek with a full pack through the Australian Outback. But somehow the calendar is on its final page and the closest thing to a holiday you have had is your kid’s year 9 excursion to Taronga zoo…

  • By Samantha Page | Marketing Assistant Wild Women On Top 

    Struggling to think of gift ideas for you mother, sister, best friend or daughter? Whether she is a reader, trekker, humanitarian, adventurist or gear enthusiast, Wild Women On Top has the perfect gift idea for you. 

  • Say hello to your 2016 Wild Women On Top Coach of the year, Jo Vartanian! Mother of 2 teenage boys, Jo perfects the balancing act - family, work and her love of the outdoors juggled faultlessly to shape the life she loves so very much.

  • NEW! Early bird start for north shore Monday Morning Session!

  • By Samantha Page | Marketing Assistant Wild Women On Top
    From stunning scenery to vibrant culture, Mt Wilhelm is every trekker's dream. Check out our top 5 reasons why we can't wait to explore Mt. Wilhelm's rugged peaks and mountainous scenery.

  • By Samantha Page | Marketing Assistant Wild Women On Top

    As Christmas time and the end of the year fast approaches, the Wild Women On Top Coaches and Trek trainers start to reflect on the amazing year we’ve just had.

  • By Samantha Page | Marketing Assistant at Wild Women On Top
    Meet the wonderful Suzy Jacobs, fearless championing entrepreneur and founder of womens development business, She Business.

  • By Di Westaway | Chief Adventure Chick | CEO Wild Women On Top 

    Just as well Stress Awareness day was yesterday because if you’re feeling wrung out or finding it tough to thrive, you’re not alone. Most of us suffer from the lifestyle diseases of stress, obesity, diabetes, cancer and heart disease but the well-being cost of mental health is now over $200 billion dollars.

  • By Lisa Marshall | Director Wild Women On Top

    As parents, we often neglect our 'big kid' self, giving ourselves completely to the not so fun responsibilities that come with parenthood. It's time to incorporate adventure back into your life and here's why!

  • Vic Silk

    Why, as women, does it often take us until our late thirties and beyond to love our bodies and want for them strength and health, rather than anything that our misguided popular culture considers beautiful?

  • It’s funny to think that setting a big goal to climb a mountain or trek a long distance trail, is the easy part. But, I have found as a young mother , business woman and adventurer, the real work lies in making this a reality. The hardest part is getting out the door.

  • By Di Westaway | Chief Adventure Chick | CEO Wild Women On Top
    I’ve learned the secret happiness the hard way: through slip-ups and stuff-ups. And so can you.

  • By Lisa Marshall | Director and Adventure Fitness Coach | Wild Women On Top
    Life's an adventure, so don't talk about "one day I will" or "I wish I had" or "I'd love to...but". Make scary decisions, choose big goals that frighten you.

  • By Di Westaway | Chief Adventure Chick | Wild Women On Top
    We have been seduced by a first world culture which tells us Botox and Brazilians bring happiness and that the doctor will fix us when we get sick.
    We’ve lost our way.

  • Di Westaway | Chief Adventure Chick | Wild Women On Top
    Too much time on Facebook convinced me everybody was having more fun than me and I felt miserable. I was absorbed by mother guilt, a feeling of inadequacy, that I'm not good enough, not doing enough, not mothering enough.
    Nature is my solution, but sometimes I need more.

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