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The City of Hobart is seeking expressions of interest from ropes course operators wishing to develop and operate a ropes course on Council owned bushland.

The Outdoor Recreation Industry Council (ORIC) has launched its new name Outdoors NSW and website at outdoorsnsw.org.au

Bestjet posts more than $900K profit, up 35 percent.

Queenstown’s Coronet Peak and The Remarkables ski areas have joined The Mountain Collective, a grouping of 12 of the best ski resorts in the world.

Queenstown-based Ultimate Hikes is celebrating its “busiest season ever” as it opens up bookings for the 2016 -17 season with a new Walk + Stay package.

Passengers on One Ocean Expeditions’ 10-night Antarctic Peninsula Adventure, departing 28 February, will have unprecedented access to international representatives who manage Antarctica under the Antarctic Treaty.

Greenpeace says that hazardous and persistent chemicals, dangerous to human health and the environment, have been found in the products of leading outdoor brands.

Heading into a bumper season with bookings already tracking well over last year in all markets, the multi award-winning company -- most recently lauded as winner of the Environmental Tourism Award at this year’s NZ Tourism Industry Awards – this week launches its free STQRY app.

Doctoral researcher, David Marsden from Victoria University, Melbourne, Australia, is calling on outdoor professionals from organisations that provide services to schools to participate in the Australian Outdoor Education Leadership Survey.

Earlybird season pass prices as low as $299 released to the market by NZSki are aimed at growing participation in skiing and snowboarding in Queenstown and Canterbury, introducing new people to snow sports and celebrating years of significant investment.