Dramatic gorges, forested valleys and a rich pastoral history shape this spectacular four-day, hut-to-hut walk in Oxley Wild Rivers National Park.
Legendary Antarctic explorer Syd Kirkby has won the Lifetime of Adventure award, the AG Society’s highest honour.
From polar explorers to plastic bag campaigners, today we recognise the best in Australian adventure and conservation for 2018.
Back in 1994, Australian Geographic’s second wilderness couple Deanne and Damon Howes survived 12 months in the Tasmanian Wilderness.
To experience the predicament that almost killed two stranded German aviators in 1932, a modern-day adventurer sets off solo into the Kimberley with only minimal supplies.
Indoor rock climbing is booming in Australia, but Joanne Lee and Olivia Page are determined to get women outside, tackling the bigger boulders.
This accolade is awarded to people whose efforts reflect a strength, determination and the ability to overcome obstacles to achieve their goal. Here are the past winners.
This is the Society’s highest honour and recognises those special Australians who have not only lived an adventurous life, but have also put something back into Australia and inspired other Australians. Here are the past winners.
This award reflects a particularly notable achievement in adventure or exploration during the previous 12–18 months. Here are the past winners.