Sarah grew up in the Adelaide Hills, roaming the bush and riding horses on weekends which gave her a huge love for the outdoors! As a family they spent holidays camping and hiking from the Flinders Ranges to Kangaroo Island, the Grampians in Victoria, and the Coorong, just to name a few.
As an adult, Sarah has continued that journey, having completed many multi-day hikes in Australia and New Zealand. “I can’t even pick a favourite, they have all given me so much. My biggest challenge was undoubtedly the Stirling Range Ridge Walk! The terrain, the navigation, water issues were difficult but rewarded with views and scenes beyond my expectations.“
Like most of us, she has an endless ‘bucket list’ of hikes including completing sectional end to end of the Bibbulmun, Murchison Gorge, the Overland, more Great Walks in New Zealand, The Mont Blanc Circuit and GR10 in France.
Sarah’s background is as a practising Physiotherapist where she spends much of her time encouraging people to get active in the outdoors. “Bush Walking ticks lots of boxes for recovery from all sorts of problems.”
Sarah lives in the Perth hills with her husband, daughter and dogs, Molly and Max and loves nothing better than stepping out her door into the bush!