Australian Geographic Society Awards
Excellence in adventure and conservation
Every year the Australian Geographic Society recognises feats of excellence in adventure and conservation. Past recipients have included Bob Brown, who stood at the frontline of big environmental battles for more than 40 years; Valerie and Ron Taylor, who were recognised for 50 years’ worth of marine conservation work, including their ground-breaking research into shark behaviour; and Bindi Irwin, who has inspired a new generation of wildlife warriors.
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2019 Australian Geographic Society Awards
Friday, 1 November 2019
Shangri-La Hotel, Sydney
Past AG Society Award Winners
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This year, the Australian Geographic Society recognised the incredible conservation work of Atticus Fleming, the Numbat Task Force and Sophia Skaparis, as well as the incredible adventurers of Syd Kirkby, Steve Plain, Paul Pritchard and Jade Hameister. If you weren’t there to celebrate with us, here are some snippets of the night of nights.
On Friday, 26 October 2018, we celebrated the achievements of some of Australia’s greatest conservationists and adventurers at the annual Australian Geographic Society Gala Awards night in Sydney, with special guests, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
The 2018 Lifetime of Conservation Award has gone to Atticus Fleming, former Chief Executive of the Australian Wildlife Conservancy, the world’s largest private owner of land for conservation.