Images that capture the spirit of nature and adventure.


The Lorax Project

Six friends embark on a determined quest to climb, and then BASE jump ‘The Lorax’, a formidable climb on Frenchman’s Cap in remote western Tasmania. Surrounded by some of the most pristine wilderness in all of Australia, they contend with extreme weather and rugged terrain, relying on each other’s skills and humour to reach their goal.


Signatures in the snow

Dan Mitchell from Fairy Meadow in New South Wales writes: Here’s a landscape you wouldn’t expect to see in Australia. My good friend Steve Leake captured me inspecting the early morning signatures on the other side of Watson’s Crag in Kosciusko National Park, New South Wales, using a Canon EOS 100D.


Kyle Williams

I was never really an adventurous or fit kid. In my school years, I participated in physical education and sport, but I was never more than average when it came to most things physical.


Fred Conway

I grew up in the mission at Woorabinda, where we were distracted from thinking about our culture with lots of activities, from dancing to rodeo to boxing.


Rob Pennicott

I was fortunate to grow up in southern Tasmania with parents who enjoyed the bush, the rivers and the sea. From about the age of three I was camping regularly in the sticks of the south-west wilderness.

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