Dual West Coast premiership star Drew Banfield’s sister, Margaret River mum Kristie Bower, ignited the passion of her South West community last Friday in an incredible run from Cape Leeuwin to Cape Naturaliste.
Four-wheel drivers visiting Harvey Dam have faced scrutiny from dam manager Water Corporation after hooning, illegal fires and violence started to occur regularly at the site.
A Harvey-based pilot hiking program got its boots on the ground at a WA Trails and Recreation Forum in Albany where it highlighted Aboriginal connection to country and leadership.
The scene is set for a bumper season at Australia's ski resorts, according to the industry's peak body.
A proposal to build an off-road bike network that would establish Manjimup as the centre for trail biking in WA reached a major milestone last week.
No climber has climbed Mount Everest from the Nepal side since 2019 due to the Covid-19 outbreak but expeditions to the peak are resuming.
WA adventure equipment retailer Mainpeak has emerged as another victim of the horror retail climate after calling in an administrator
Off-road and on-road, versatile Jeep Gladiator looks set to win Australian hearts and minds once more
Tomorrow's edition of School's Out is packed with ideas for the April holidays. You’ll find fun things to do and make, Easter festivities and ways to mark Anzac Day.
Trails WA pairs travellers with adventures — an outdoors matchmaker of sorts.
Marine photographers show how to get the best from your gear and your subject.
Stunning hammerhead shark videos boost interest in WA snorkelling.
Climbing seven of the world’s highest summits in four months was no easy task.
Pump tracks are perfect for everyone from children to mountain bikers in training.
Head to Perth’s holiday island to find any number of ways to while away a summer’s day.
The kids will arrive home on Friday after spending four nights camping in the region.
Dunsborough’s Jess Reynolds shone in the Augusta Adventure Race earlier this month, taking home the title of overall female winner.
A five-leg relay from town to town, including horseriding, retains charm while bonding teams and testing mettle.
The ultimate event is nearly here for 4WD fanatics, and lads and ladies interested in the latest and greatest in camping, caravanning, boating and fishing.
Perth 4WD and Adventure Show
WA has a variety of terrain and a growing industry to support tourists on bikes.
Off the beaten track, there is an army of people paddling, biking and hiking. It doesn’t take much to join them.
An Outdoors October ambassador says an adventurous life takes many paths.
Applications are being accepted for an all expenses paid journey taking in Mumbai, Hong Kong, Tokyo, San Francisco and New York.
We think we know a few reasons why West Aussies love to head off-road on the weekend and into the great outdoors.
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