With all the rain we’ve been receiving throughout Victoria, streams and rivers are at full flow, writes Olivia Grover Johnson. For the curious sightseers, that means an opportunity to witness some of the best of our waterfalls – if you know where to find them.
From his earliest experiences of kayaking to running his own Tasmanian-based tour company, Reg Grundy talks about his passion for paddling and the sea.
The unabridged version of the text from issue 152, Noelene Proud explores the corner of Western Australia that provides refuge for Gilbert’s potoroo – our rarest marsupial.
Mark Daffey finds wildlife and ghost stories aplenty on a recent bushwalking trip to Little Desert National Park.
In his first experiential feature since becoming editor of Wild Magazine, Campbell Phillips searches for wilderness in the heart of Japan.
Appearing in issue 150, Stephen Kent’s tale of his 30-year obsession with climbing a single knoll in Tasmania’s southwest wilderness illustrates the captivating spell of the region.
David Hislop reports on the recently-held commemorative cross-country skiing event celebrating 50 years since the first Paddy Pallin Ski Classic.
Ian Trevaskis returns to the UK to continue walking the South West Coast path and experience a glimpse of southern England’s wild side.
Henk Morgans gathers a couple of mates to tick Mount Cook off his mountaineering bucket list, bagging a few other peaks in NZ’s Southern Alps in the process.
Ian Brown travels to Iceland to walk the Laugavegur Trail, encountering a land of volcanic activity and temperamental weather.
Geoff Robb explores the regions of north-west Nepal as described in Peter Mattheisson’s renowned book, ‘The Snow Leopard’.