Category: Extreme & Adventure Sports

Duck Diving at Bowen Island, Jervis Bay

Snorkelling at Jervis Bay, The Gallery

Snorkeling at Jervis Bay was unique and fun. While the area doesnt have corals like tropical climate, Bowen island in the region is definitely worth checking out. It is home to weedy sea dragon, blue devil fish, blue groper, grey nurse sharks and the lovely yellow tail fishes.

Easter Holiday Destinations in New South Wales

Easter holiday destinations in New South Wales

Yes its that time of the year where we all start thinking about our next holiday destination during the easter time! Stills360 team have put together a list of holiday destinations in New South Wales and in the coming days we will be covering these destinations and writing and filming them elaborately. Here is a […]

Woohoo got the hang of it! Standup paddling at Jervis Bay

Stand up Paddling in Jervis Bay, The Gallery

Stand up paddling is the one of the fastest growing modern sport originating in the Hawaiian islands. Jervis Bay Stand Up Paddle company offers tours and lessons in Jervis Bay, Huskisson and Woollamia and they accommodate all skillsets. We had a privilege to talk to their coach Mel and also get our hands dirty! By the end of the session we could all do it and trust me people, if I can do it, you can do it! And it is a bloody good workout too!

Jet Skiing, at Paihia, Bay of Islands

Bay of Islands – A jewel in North Island

About 3 hrs drive to the north of Auckland is Bay of Islands, a bay of over 150 small islands most of them still unexplored to date. These beaches and islands are popular for the pristine beaches, adrenalin rushing activities like water sports and sky diving, sight seeing on islands like Russell or if you want to do nothing and just chill out!

Aoraki Mount Cook, Minified!

Hikes and walks at Mt Cook, The Gallery

Aorake Mount Cook national park in South Island New Zealand is beautiful with glaciers, walks, hikes, camping, views! It has everything for everyone of us and the we explored the Hooker Valley walk and the Tasman Lake walk and they were just amazing!

AJ Hackett Bungy at Macau Tower, Image source AJ Hackett Bungy

Best places for Bungy Jumping

Ever since AJ Hackett started commercial Bungy (bungee) in 1980s in New Zealand it has become a popular activity for extreme sports and adrenalin junkies. The height of the jump, the location and the views and what you are jumping into makes it all more exciting. So we thought that we would make a list of some of the most exciting bungy jumping places in the world.