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Left to right: Anita Vukovic, Scott Munro, Amy Rappo and croc-handler Anthony Stimson.
Lotte Oleson befriends one of the critters.
Michael Fegent and Mitch Sargent, connected by a common bond.
Lifetime of Adventure awardee Jon Stephenson finds someone to look up to in Andrew Stedwell.
Flanked doors to the ceremony, during proceedings.
Alex Colley receives his Society award, well-deserved for a Lifetime of Conservation.
Anthony Strimson expertly handles our scaly guest.
Jess Tauonton and Chris Bray in blue, with AG Editor Ian Connellan (centre).
Animated AG staffers (l-r) Andrew Burns, Chrissie Goldrick and Jo Egan.
Denis Simond (left) and Tim Cope pose pre-ceremony.
Editorial teamster Natsumi Penberthy.
Greg Mortimer: a happy mountaineer.
L-r: Kylie Piper, Greg Mortimer, Alex Burnett, Howard Whelan, Dick Smith.
Dee Nolan with Nancy-Bird Walton’s daughter, Tweed Holman.
Dick Smith and Tweed Holman.
Heather Swan, Glenn Singleman and Di Westaway.
Angus Paradice gave an ‘aw-inspiring’ speech to accept his award for Young Adventurer of the Year.
Kirsten Impey (right) congratulates Young Conservationist of the Year, Larissa Brown.
Todd Tai (left) with Spirit of Adventure awardee, Andrew Hughes.
Natasha Sebire and Gemma Waldendorp accept their Spirit of Adventure Awards from MC Sorrel Wilby.
Sharing the love: Dick Smith and Adventurer of the Year Andrew Lock.
John Linton (right) with Conservationist of the Year, Ray Thomas.
Our ceremonious dining hall at the Sofitel Wentworth, Sydney.
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Victor Vescovo meets the Tassie devil, and a snuggle of irresistible baby bandicoots.
On Friday, 1 November 2019, we toasted the achievements of some of Australia’s greatest conservationists and adventurers at the annual Australian Geographic Society Gala Awards night in Sydney, with special guest Victor Vescovo.
Nick Gleeson has taken out the Australian Geographic Spirit of Adventure Award for 2019.
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