The Kepler Track is one of New Zealand’s 10 Great Walks. It is located in Fiordland and is a 60 kilometre loop that can be done over 3-4 days - though some will do it in 2 and others will run the entire track in (less than) a day! SWW’s Marketing + Events Coordinator, Thuc, shares with us photos and her packing list.Read More
So, you think jumping off buildings, cliffs, bridges, and antennas sounds like fun? Well, you’re absolutely right. BASE jumping is a blast! But it’s not for everyone, and it will take a lot of time, energy, money and commitment. One thing IS guaranteed; base jumping will change your life. Here’s a few tips on how to get into BASE jumping, and how to get into it safely…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
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
So you got your qualification.
If you learn to dive on a weekend course or on holiday, it can be difficult to know where to begin with diving regularly. Here are some tips to turn what could just stay as a one-off experience into a lifestyle:Read More
The SS Yongala is an incredible tale in Australian history. A tragic story that has become one of Australia’s most renowned dives. Immerse yourself in the dive experience with She Went Wild Ambassador Sara Piper as she takes a dive down into the mystery of Yongala with Adrenalin Dive, in Townsville with Adrenaline Dive. Read on!Read More
Meet Thuc. A Sydney-based photographer with a lifelong affliction that the Germans call fernweh (a yearning for far-flung places) and an enthusiasm to live an active and exciting life. Inspired by big landscapes, heart-filled human feats and soul-shaping experiences. Through her phenomenal photography skills, she is able freeze beautiful and powerful moments to inspire you to dream big and live big, to chase your own versions of adventure and fulfilment.Read More
In the infamous words of Doctor Zeus ' You're off to Great Places! Today is your day! Your mountain is waiting, So... get on your way!”.
In 2017 Jess Pealing traded office gear for mountain gear and set off for France to embark upon a mountaineering course. Read her story about part taking in the course, overcoming challenges and finally summiting Mont BlancRead More
Test your own recycling knowledge? Do you know what goes in which bin? We all know plastics are no good, but which plastics are worse than others? Check out what's what on our blog. See you at the recycling binsRead More
The John Muir Trail passes through what many backpackers say is the finest mountain scenery in the United States. This is a land of 13,000-foot and 14,000-foot peaks, of lakes in the thousands, and of canyons and granite cliffs. The trail is 211 miles long and winds through the famed Sierra Nevada. In 2016 Marylene embraced the challenge and shared her adventure with She Went Wild. Read more on the blog!Read More
We love the outdoors and are passionate about keeping our environment natural, plastic free, the way it should be. We are creating a mini-blog series where we share our top tips on how you can work towards reducing your use of single-use plastics. Make one small change or change it all, be part of the movement for a greener, clearer world.Read More
She Went Wild's Ambassador Sara Piper hits the Australian slopes. She shares a perfect beginners guide to staying upright on skies whilst cutting powder in the Aussie mountains in Perisher. Keen to head out before the season is over? Read more on her ski-adventure here!Read More
Amy Molloy reveals her latest on camping with a little one.
Keen to take your bub out for a few nights in the wild? But not sure how? Worried about their comfort? What should you pack? How will you do it? Amy Molloy has you covered. Read more about her advice on camping with a little one (even in winter) in this article. Get out there!Read More
Every wanted to explore the Northern Flinders Ranges in South Australia but didn't know where to start? Lisa Fox, local trail blazer and adventure seekers tells us about her favorite escapes in South AustraliaRead More
At 30 years of age I’d never hiked a single trail. Sure, I’d walked through the bush and spent a lot of time outdoors as a kid, but I’d never set out to immerse myself in the landscape. I couldn’t read a compass, I’d never owned a pair of hiking boots and to my knowledge a Camelbak was the top of a large smelly desert animal.Read More