bushwalk

bushwalk

(ˈbʊʃˌwɔːk)
vb (intr)
to hike through bushland
ˈbushˌwalker n
ˈbushˌwalking n
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Ewan Williamson, 14, was on a five-mile bushwalk in Australia with his dad Gordon in 48C heat when he fell ill.
come to bushwalk, not to delve into Australian mining history.
An Earth Walk is neither a bushwalk nor an interpretive walk; it is a sensory awareness walk with a sequence of specifically crafted experiences that highlight the sense of place and encourage students to connect with the Earth.
The two spend an afternoon observing and imitating what they see on a bushwalk, which celebrates the Australian landscape and allows readers to join that journey of observation and discover the rewards that are revealed.
It was at this point I left to go for a bushwalk as I thought this violated my ethical and moral principles,'' News.
During the following day, most of the party went on a bushwalk, leaving the three of us to discuss the matter, but the outcome was inconclusive, partly because Barnes seemed to be hanging about, just within earshot.
You'll have three nights in cosmopolitan Cape Town, where you'll visit Blyde River Canyon and there's an option to stay the night in a tented safari camp and enjoy a sundowner bushwalk with an experienced ranger.
Jump on a tour to the Adelong Gold Mill Ruins, milk a cow at the Duntroon Dairy Open Day, sample High Tea at the Hyatt, join a guided bushwalk along Cooleman Ridge, hunt for Easter Eggs at Lanyon Homestead, watch the Rolls Royce Rally or take the kids to the Tidbinbilla Extravaganza.
We are only one hour from the Mountains and so you can camp and bushwalk.
A man-made trap designed to maim or kill has been found along a popular Northern Territory tourist bushwalk.
Mr Neale was last seen leaving his hostel in the mountain town of Katoomba as he headed out for a bushwalk.