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Kane’s mission to achieve pain-free hiking one step at a time

All I want for Christmas for Christmas is… to wake up in the morning and not have pain in my feet after hiking. Here’s where Mick from ‘Melbourne Soft Tissue Therapy’ fits in. I’ve been working with him for the … Read More

New website goes LIVE

We’ve been working on our new website designed to make it easier for you to Get Outside with us. We’d love to know what you think in the comments so if you’ve got any feedback on what works, and what … Read More

Get Outside Wins 2020 Business Australia Award

Launching a new business is never easy and over the last 18 months Get Outside Melbourne has had its share of highs and lows. Through the challenges of 2020 we stayed optimistic and continued to adapt what we do, even … Read More

David Attenborough: A Life On Our Planet

Here’s a tip: If you haven’t had a chance to check out David Attenborough’s latest documentary ‘A Life on Our Planet’ it’s definitely worth watching.  In his lifetime he has seen the Earth’s ‘Wilderness’ reduce from 66% in the 1930’s … Read More

Get Outside Melbourne launches Corporate Wellness Workshops

Yesterday I was invited to share my mental health journey with another corporate group aligning to their RUOK Day activities. RUOK Day is arguably more important than ever this year due to COVID19. People with existing mental health issues may … Read More

Celebrating our first birthday

A few weeks ago we celebrated our first birthday. We had plans of doing something extra special on one of our Adventure Club hiking experiences but COVID Lockdown put a stop to that. #SadFace. Fast forward to yesterday and we … Read More

Get your dose of the outdoors during lockdown

The current COVID-19 isolation restrictions aren’t ideal if you’re addicted to life on the trail like me, but there are some easy ways everyone can bring a taste of the outdoors inside if you think creatively. 1. DISCOVER YOUR FAVOURITE … Read More

How a pair of hiking boots changed my life

A few years ago, I invested in a pair of Merrell hiking boots to take on a two-month volunteering program working with Indigenous rangers in The Kimberley. They weren’t the cheapest option, but I convinced myself that through this purchase … Read More