200 hundred adventures around the world.

As i meander through life I am recording some of the activies to hopefully inspire other to get out and enjoy the world. I had to find a site name and well all the good names were taken but found world200 free.

In order to justify the 200 suffix I decided to limit my adventures to the 200 of the best around the world but as I’ve just started i’ve got a long way to go to reach 200.

Oh! as I also live in Sydney Australia then this part of the world is rather heavily dominated.

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Shoalhaven Gorge Kayak

Our starting point for Shoalhaven Gorge Kayak is Tallowa Dam, a concrete gravity dam, located on the Shoalhaven River, where it converges with the Kangaroo River. We paddled upstream to Fossickers Flat which is about 13km’s all up and camped

Woronora River house with Australian Flag

Woronora River Kayak to “The Needles”

For a nice easy Kayak and still in Sydney then add this to the bucket list. The trip itself is around 10km’s return starting at either Woronora Boat Shed or if you have your own kayak then across the river

Wisemans Ferry

Wisemans Ferry

We will base ourselves in Wisemans Ferry and Explore Webbs creek and then the MacDonald River over consecutive days. These are great waterways with round trip being approx 20kms on each river. Wisemans Ferry is an area with rich convict

Otago Rail Trail

Otago Central Rail Trail

The Otago Central Rail Trail is a 150-kilometre cycling track on the New Zealand South Island. The trail runs in an arc between Clyde, and Middlemarch along the route of the former Otago Central Railway. The “Rail Trail” has been

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Fagan Park

Fagan Park is set on 55 hectares of undulating, rich grazing land, Fagan Park was once home to the Fagan family’s successful citrus orchard empire. William Fagan was a free settler from Londonderry, Ireland who came to Sydney in 1848

Kumano Kodo

Kumano Kodō

The Kumano Kodō is a series of ancient pilgrimage routes that transverse the Kii Hanto, the largest Peninsula of Japan. These sacred trails were and are used for the pilgrimage to the sacred site “Kumano Sanzan” or the Three Grand