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Trekking4Nepal [Sup]Porters Dinner & Trivia Night Wrapped Up

On Saturday the 8th of April 2017, Trekking4Nepal hosted a Trivia Night for 48 loyal supporters at The Hungry Buddha, Belconnen. The purpose for the event was raise awareness and funds for Trekking4Nepal’s first public Trekking and Community Rebuild Trip to Nepal due to embark the following Saturday. The evening […]

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Win Tickets to Trekking4Nepal Trivia

Trekking4Nepal Trivia is approaching fast and thanks to some loyal Trekking4Nepal supporters you now have a chance to win yourself a seat on the 8th of April, 2017. Currently, there are 3 tickets up for grabs valued at $63.50 each – a ticket will get you a seat with the […]

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Trekking4Nepal Supporters Dinner Announced

Not long now! On the 13th of April 2017, Trekking4Nepal is heading back to Nepal to rebuild an amenities facility at the Shree Janasiddha Lower Secondary School. The project comes to life after two years of fundraising following the Nepal earthquakes of 2015. Trekking4Nepal is hosting a Supporters Dinner to […]

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Nepal Community Rebuild Project Planning Finalised

It has taken two long years, but I’m elated to share with you that I’ve finalised a Nepal community rebuild project! It was looking pretty grim for quite a while, I even questioned whether I could get it done… but it’s actually happening. We are building something! In 8 weeks […]

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Trekking4Nepal returning to Nepal in 60 days

Trekking4Nepal is returning to Nepal for the first time in two years and we are bloody stoked! We fly out of Australia on the 13th of April ready to commence trekking a few days later on the 16th. The amazing part about this story, we will be at the mercy […]

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Curious about Trekking in Nepal with Trekking4Nepal?

Next April marks two years since my maiden trip to Nepal and I’m going back! Yes, that’s right I’m going back. I’ve been longing for a trip back ever since the earthquakes caused the widespread devastation. This time rather than the Annapurna Region, I’m heading to the Solu Khumbu Region […]

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