PO Box 1027, Wynnum

QLD 4178 Australia


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About Us

Welcome to our World

Medicine on the Edge (MOTE) believes that you learn best when both your mind and body are stimulated. Our courses, workshops and conferences are designed to take you to the edge of knowledge and to the edge of adventure. We have events to cater for professionals working in the medical, dental, legal and education sectors . We can even design a program specifically tailored to meet the needs of your group.

Our Education

What we do

Our upcoming adventures combine high quality education in a fun and stimulating environment. Our courses are totally interactive and combine practical hands-on sessions with case discussions, evidence based reviews, networking opportunities and plenty of chances to ask questions. 

Our History

Celebrating 12 Years

On The Edge Group started as Medicine On The Edge (MOTE) in 2007. We remain a small but dynamic organisation that aims to combine high quality education and training with a range of stimulating adventure based activities. This is based on our belief that you learn best and perform better when both your mind and body are stimulated.



DECEMBER 16 - 30, 2019

Drift by kayak amongst icebergs and fur seals. Snowshoe to a peak for incredible vistas of untouched wilderness. Strap on your crampons and get to grips with the rugged mountains of the White Continent on this, the definitive active cruise to Antarctica. 



23rd June - 3rd July 2021

We will return to the Inca Trail for a 7th time - and now we know when. As passes on the Inca Trail are limited and sell out many months in advance we are allowing a reasonably long lead in time for this trip in order to maximise your chances of successful registration.


The Inca Trail runs between the Sacred Valley of the Urumbamba River and the abandoned city of Machu Picchu. It is one of the most famous treks in the world. Although only 45km in length it manages to traverse a stunning and diverse mix of terrain  before culminating in Machu Picchu, the lost city of the Incas. Prior to reaching the Inca Trail we will traverse the Salcantay Trail taking you to a higher, more remote and truly spectacular part of the region.


We have also again timed our visit to coincide with the Festival of the Sun - South America's most famous Inca Festival.