bushwalking


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bushwalking

(ˈbʊʃˌwɔːkɪŋ)
n
1. Austral an expedition on foot in the bush
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The Hodgman Government is a strong supporter of our iconic national parks as they help grow Tasmanias international reputation as a bushwalking destination and projects like this will help realise our vision to attract 1.
In my early 20s, it was through bushwalking and working at Outward Bound that my love of and concern for nature deepened.
We often went bushwalking at weekends, he was one of the concelebrants (Archbishop Sir Guilford Young being the principal one) at our Nuptial Mass in Newman College Melbourne, and we remained good friends until he died at an advanced age.
Mountain biking, bushwalking, fishing or horse-riding in Budderoo National Park are all ideal ways to get closer to nature - or take a canoeing and camping trip along the Kangaroo River.
There's so much you can enjoy as a family," says Sally, who suggests dog walking, treasure hunts, bike riding, indoor assault courses, camping, bushwalking, and involving children in little chores around the home, like gardening, washing the car and cleaning.
Her garb on the outback expedition evokes someone on safari rather than bushwalking.
This is supported by the many comments elicited in the focus group interviews relating to students' fear for their own personal safety, particularly in relation to threats from Australian wildlife (snakes and insects featured extensively), getting lost in wilderness environments, and being exposed to environmental hazards such as heat-stroke, sunburn and personal discomfort from camping and bushwalking.
The Bushwalking Ideal: Thoreau of Walden," Bush Walker Annual (1940), 8-9.
The last afternoon the couple spent together was spent in bushwalking.
Laal adding that this may not necessarily require to go to the gym for exercise as gardening, vacuuming, bushwalking and any physical activity equally counts.
Swimming, fishing, snorkeling, bushwalking and kayaking are all ways to take advantage of the local natural resources during a Whitsunday yacht charter holiday.
ALEX: The thing is the common interest--photography, bushwalking, all these sort of things .