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Tune into the heartbeat of adventure and be inspired to seek out your own adventures. With stories, interviews, reviews and more from women around the world, we will keep you up to date with what is happening in the world of adventure and travel. Discover new cultures, taste new flavours, be inspired by our stories and interviews.
Learn how to spark a little productive risk-taking and raise gutsy girls - girls who skateboard, climb trees, clamber around, fall down, scrape their knees, get right back up — and grow up to be brave women with this Ted Talk from Caroline Paul. Perfect timing for International Women's Day 2017.
After several months of juggling the wonderful but intense balls of life as working adventure mums, we are finally flying over the stunning ice flutes of Mt Cook in New Zealand's Southern Alps.
Little did Justine Curtis know when she made her journey to India she would discover the reward of selflessly giving to others. Now her business Inspired Adventures helps others discover that joy and since 2004 has helped raise $19.7 million for charities working all over the world.
When you read a byline like “World adventurer and educator circumnavigating Oz for education” in a kayak solo no less, one can’t help but be curious about the woman behind the headline. So we tracked down Teresa Diehl to find out more about her inspiring kayaking adventure.
Meet Carla Wilson, President of Surfing Mums Inc., mum of three, and lover of the surf. We caught up with her recently to find out more about the Surfing Mums community.
You know her, you've seen her. The woman standing alone with her back to camera, in a wide landscape of incredible grandeur. The face-less female who's been popping up in our Instagram and Pinterest feeds for the last couple of years, causing us to stop in our tracks and ponder for a moment.
Here at Travel Play Live we are very excited to have been invited to support Sibby Ilzhofer and Team Dare Devil’s three year global campaign in partnership with White Ribbon to raise money and awareness about violence against women through the vehicle of world class yacht racing.
What does a woman from Austria, the Eurovision song contest & mountain biking have in common? Azerbaijan of course.
No matter what your speed of weekend, there is plenty to do in the Great Lakes region. If you are short on time, or you have come to just unwind, the twin towns of Forster Tuncurry offer more than just some of the east coasts best beaches. Find on a MAP
There are a few real gems out there in this world, and it has been a real joy watching Australia’s very own gem - @Jewelszee take the Instagram world by storm. Join us as we discover what makes her tick and she lets us in to her own not so little adventure.
On the 18th May 2015 Rose Weber and her team of 4 walkers - Sarah Whitmarsh, Cathy Williams, Jo Graham and 15 year old Samuel Lancaster will embark on a journey of a lifetime, as they tackle the Canning Stock Route from Wiluna to Halls Creek, a staggering distance of 1850 km’s. This is not just any journey, it is one of deep personal mission to raise awareness on suicide and break the stigma around mental illness.
We caught up with some of the female competitors in this years Jeff Wilcox Memorial to find out what makes them tick, why they love bodybording and how they see the sport panning out for women. Meet Jeff Wilcox Memorial Women's Division winner Emma Roby, Teigan Gillett, Emma Cobb & Melynne Rosamond
In November 2014 Kirrily Dear will run 860km through regional NSW in 12 days to honour and learn from the outstanding work underway to stop men's violence against women.
This year TPL founder Kerryann Hayes & three of her friends signed up for the Oxfam 100km Trailwalker Challenge. For many of our readers, this is where you first met us as the girls were interviewed on Sunrise after they ran across the line! Team memberSharron Brown shares her experience of the challenge.
We catch up with Alex Bright, the fun and enthusiastic national participation coordinator from Cycling Australia, who is responsible for coordinating and supporting grassroots participation projects for cycling and find out about the state of women’s cycling in this country.
My own heart was broken when I lost my beautiful daughter Shannon. I was disengaging from life and slipping away from reality when a friend encouraged me to use my art to reach out to young people in our local schools who were needing help and support.
Recently Julie & 3 of her friends - all busy mums with families, decided to take on the Oxfam 100km Trailwalker. The whole experience had it's ups and downs, challenges and triumphs, but ultimately taught them a lot about themselves and the challenges they face every day.