Yes, there is a sinkhole in Australia with such natural beauty and water clarity that you might think you are in one of Mexico’s renowned cenotes…Read More
Long. Distance. Solo. Hiking. I could easily give you the list of ‘why nots’, from sore… everything… to thunderstorms to mad farmers with shotguns (that’s a whole other story), but I find myself writing a list of why you should. Here is what I have learnt from long-distance solo hiking…Read More
This tasty sultana cake is the perfect recipe to provide a sugar boost mid-hike or during a scuba diving surface interval, as tried + tested by our Ambassador and diving enthusiast, Charlie Elliott.Read More
Did you know that every second 1-2 football fields of forests are cut down?
Did you know that half of the world’s tropical forests have already been cleared?
Did you know that the number of the Earth’s wild animals has halved over the past 40 years, and every decade, another 10% of remaining wildlife will become extinct?
Here’s how you can help protect our rainforests and the threatened and endangered species that call them home…
Our childhood experiences can definitely shape us and stick with us, for better of worse. At She Went Wild, we couldn’t agree more on what a positive impact the outdoors can have on children’s cognitive, physical and character development. We’re stoked to have community member, Shinae Lee Walker, relive a significant child memory of Bundjalung National Park in Australia’s Northern New South Wales on the blog…Read More
When you are first starting out with hiking and backpacking, packing can be confusing and even daunting. You worry about packing too little and getting caught in an uncomfortable (potentially dangerous) situation. You worry about packing too much and turning what should be a manageable hike into an unexpectedly strenuous challenge. We have put together some guidelines as well as FREE downloadable packing lists to give you a starting point…Read More
We often think that if we follow social expectations and norms that we will be inherently happy in life. There is some credit to this because these expectations and norms exist for a reason. But before you trod down the beaten path, you owe it to yourself to think, "is this the path that I am truly wanting to follow?"Read More
Women’s Health Week is an opportunity for us to start putting our health first. Here are 8 ways to get started!Read More
The Women’s Adventure Film Tour is back in 2018 with a selection of 12 short films celebrating women in adventureRead More
Tamara Hutchins (aka @tamhikes), an avid hiker, is the co-founder of women's adventure group Melbourne Girls Outside and a member of our Australian SWW community.
We asked her to take on the ever-popular question, "what should I pack?"; specifically, what is different about her bag for a day hike and for a multi-day hike?
It’s almost like a natural evolution; to go from hiking and backpacking to climbing and mountaineering. But where do you even start? If you don’t have anyone to guide you, an Introductory Mountaineering course is the perfect way to lay a solid foundation, as SWW’s Marketing + Events Coordinator, Thuc Do, found out…Read More
Planning on trekking to Everest Base Camp? From Lukla to EBC and then back, the entire journey makes up approximately 136 km in distance and 3 km in elevation in just two weeks. The idea is to strip down to absolute essentials, but still have the right gear on you while not breaking the bank. Through first-hand experience, tried and tested, here is a complete breakdown of a two-week EBC packing list.Read More
The trek to Everest Base Camp is the ultimate bucket-list experience for any outdoor lover. But before you jump on the EBC bandwagon, I’m here to set the record straight. Behind the Instagram filters and over-staged captions, I’m pulling back the veil to reveal some of my expectations pre-trip versus the realities of it all. Hashtag No Filter.Read More
It is estimated that 3 out of 4 porters in 2018 may still be paid less than minimum wage, fed less than 3 meals a day or have inadequate sleeping conditions. The work that KPAP are doing around educating the public on the importance of choosing KPAP-approved partner companies is beginning to gain traction. But the journey has just begun.Read More
Not just another f***king legging brand...Mister Timbuktu is here to make sure you're supported + looking good in the outdoors whilst contributing to positive change.Read More
Voted as the 'Best International Event' at the 2017 Running Awards, the Sierra Leone Marathon is not just a one-day affair, but a five-day African adventure. Street Child and She WWW sent Leanna Gater from Wild Films to document the 2018 Sierra Leone Marathon…Read More
We met Rhea Schempp at a meet up at Nomad Bouldering Gym in Sydney and when we found out she was heading to the World Ultimate Club Championships for ULTIMATE FRISBEE, we had to hear more...Read More
Enter the chance to win over AUD 440 worth of XTM winter gear!Read More
Don't retreat into your hidey hole this winter! The crisp mountain air, magic light, hot chocolate + marshmallows (or whisky + chocolate, depending on how you roll) by the campfire are all calling your name.
I know, I know...but what if you freeze?
Luckily, XTM Performance have just the gear to keep you warm so you can keep on exploring