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We want to let you know that back issues of WILD MAGAZINE are now available! Many of these are extremely rare so pick them up before they sell out at the ADVENTURE ENTERTAINMENT Shop! We are also excited to let you know that we also have WILD digital subscriptions available now! Click here to find out more. 


Wild #175 is OUT NOW!

It’s been a long wait, we know. But get ready for Wild Issue #175; it’s one of our biggest and best issues ever. Unfortunately, however, it’s an issue tinged with tragedy, as Wild looks squarely at the fires that have devastated Australia over this last summer. There’s a 5000-word feature on why these fires change Read More


Dark Water: Battle on the Franklin

A new film highlighting the 1980s battle to stop the iconic Franklin River from being dammed is set to commence production this year. The film, Dark Water: Battle on the Franklin is the story of young Tasmanian Oliver Cassidy as he follows in the footsteps of activists who tried to stop the damming by Tasmania’s Read More


How the right camera equipment can improve your underwater photography

Picture this: You’re snorkelling through crystal clear waters, or diving to dark, mysterious depths at open sea. From plants to wildlife and the play of light through the water, you’re in awe of the incredible world around you. You’d love to capture a photo so you can relieve the experience back above the surface and share it with others, and find yourself wishing you have an underwater camera. Any adventurer who’s ever gone offshore exploring knows how frustrating and all-too-common this experience can be.


Serious Donations Reform Needed For Benefit Of ALL Australians

MEDIA RELEASE: Australian Conservation Foundation The fossil fuel industry directly donated more than $85.7 million to Australian political parties in the 2018-19 financial year, highlighting the need for serious reform of the political donations system, the Australian Conservation Foundation said today. The political party returns 2018-19, released today, reveal: The biggest fossil fuel donor was Clive Read More


What’s Old is New

Few materials used in outdoors gear production have proved as enduring as Fjällräven’s proprietary G-1000 fabric. But the fabric, which has now been used by the company for 51 years, almost never made it off the cutting room floor. Fjällräven founder Åke Nordin had previously considered using the cotton-polyester blend fabric for a tent but Read More


MSR Windburner Duo

I was plonked down on a little patch of grass, my back resting comfortably on an old log. The Windburner Duo was set up next to me with its accompanying 1.8 litre pot full of water and a packet of pasta. My role was to boil water for dinner while my friend Marleen filled up bottles from the creek.


Fjällräven: Abisko Trousers & Keb Shorts

For some fortuitous outdoor brands—through a combination of innovative product design, good marketing, and other ‘mysterious’ forces (which sometimes includes just good’ ol luck)—a particular product transforms from being a product designed for the outdoors to being a genuine mainstream fashion accessory. When I was a kid it was Oakley Frogskins. If you didn’t own a pair, you just weren’t cool.

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