Fleurieu Living Magazine

Call of the wild

Why would a busy mum and business owner who’s about to move house, decide to spend five days hiking alone through the Kangaroo Island wilderness and in winter no less? Photographer Heidi Linehan said she did it for the love of adventure and excitement. But in doing so, she found true peace and a new sense of contentment.

The Kangaroo Island Wilderness Trail has only been open for nine months but it’s fast becoming one of the great walks of the world. The sixty-one kilometre, five day trek weaves its way through spectacular

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