Giving adventure this Christmas doesn't have to break the bank. Whether you're after an adventure you can share with a loved one or you want to help a mate tick that one thing of their bucket list (finally), giving adventure is the way to go this Christmas. Browse our top Christmas gift ideas all under $200... Bargain!
Tree top adventures
For the young or young at heart, a treetop and flying fox adventure will be a welcome addition under your Christmas tree this year. Better yet, bring the whole family along for a fun day out and some good old fashioned bonding time. With courses available Australia wide and all coming in under $200, it's the ultimate no-wrapping-required stocking stuffer.
Do you have a nature lover in your life? This is the gift for them. Sunshine, seaspray and wildlife encounters; kayaking really has it all. From city views of Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney Harbour or the bush surrounds of Sydney in the Basin, dolphin spotting in Byron Bay or gliding above the Great Barrier Reef in Cairns, there's no shortage of waterways to explore.
Ever wished you could bottle up the feeling of overwhelming accomplishment you feel after you conquer something amazing? Well, this is about as close as you can get, AND you can give it as a gift. Abseiling is an amazing adventure gift for someone looking to break out of their ordinary and do something exciting. With options in Sydney, the Central Coast, Melbourne, the Sunshine Coast, there's something for every adventurer.
Rev your engines and get ready to gift something that will really get their heart racing. A quad bike adventure is exciting, thrilling and the perfect chance to spend some time in the great outdoors. From the iconic sand dunes of Port Stephens or Coral Bay, the bush circuits of Glenworth Valley or the rough terrain of Kangaroo Island; they can glide effortlessly over it all behind the wheel of a quad bike.
Can't afford to buy someone a horse this year? Get them the next best thing, an exciting trail riding experience. From riding along the shores of Cape Tribulation or Forster to trotting through lush bush paths near Melbourne or Margaret River; there are so many beautiful locations to explore on horseback.