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  • Di Westaway | Chief Adventure Chick at Wild Women On Top and Coastrek
    The first step out of a rut and into shape is thinking about it. 

  • Samantha Page | Marketing Assistant Wild Women On Top
    Hear from one of our very own, Nitu Gupta to see why becoming a Wild Woman may just be the best decision you ever make..

  • Lara Lesigang | Lord Howe 2017 Wild Woman
    Lord Howe is Natural Exhilaration in its purest form! From the moment I spotted two turtles from the plane as we came into land, I knew it would be no ordinary destination.

  • Alex Willis | Digital Marketing Assistant
    Making plans for your Easter long weekend? So are we! This week Wild Women On Top has been quizzing our inspiring Coastrekker's and Wild Women about their favourite walks in Sydney...

  • Di Westaway | Chief Adventure Chick at Wild Women On Top and Coastrek
    I hit ‘rock bottom’ eight years ago, after I realised I had to leave a dysfunctional relationship and survive as a single mum. 

  • Mountain summit

    Lisa Marshall | Director Wild Women On Top 
    Your friend just posted a photo on Facebook of her on the summit of a mountain worlds away. She heralds a flag, smiling brightly.  You want to do the same.

  • What is the best way to build muscle and burn fat fast? Di Westaway breaks it down.

  • By Sally O'Neill | The Fit Foodie Editor in Chief
    Blackmores Wellness Ambassador, Sarah Stevenson shares a few of her favourite energy and recovery snacks to keep you going...

  • Whether it's finding love, starting a business, applying for your dream job, buying a house or climbing a mountain, an adventurous journey is a motivator which pushes us through obstacles in pursuit of opportunity.

  • Pack these healthy snacks on your way to work for a simple way to ensure you feel full and satisfied throughout the day. 

  • Lisa in Freycinet

    In order to rejuvenate yourself and feel in control, you need to take some time out, get in touch with nature and collect your thoughts.

  • By Jo Vartanian | Wild Women On Top Coach
    Nicola was right. The “Walls” is “just beautiful...”
    We are privileged to have been a part of this unique and ancient Tasmanian Land of a Thousand Lake.

  • Hear from one of our very own to see why becoming one of us may just be the best decision you ever made...

  • Top tips

    By Di Westaway | CEO Wild Women On Top | Entrepreneur | Author | Speaker | Adventurer
    As we mature and our values and priorities change, so must our approach to fitness.

  • Remember when you were five years old and you ran down the street with gay abandon? When you rode your scooter so fast that you burned your heel? When you lost hours immersed in dolls or trees or tennis? NOW is the time to re-discover PLAY!

  • 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.

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