History & Culture
Carolyn Beasley was covering a story on the bicentenary of the discovery of Antarctica for Australian Geographic, but thanks to the Coronavirus outbreak, her trip took a different turn.
Gary Wilson turned his passion and love for the sea into a unique career. The master mariner guides guests around the coastline of Australia and its neighbours for pioneering Australian adventure cruise company Coral Expeditions.
Another passion of Gary’s is marine history, and over the years he has learned to master the art of sailing replica ships around the globe. Historic vessels such as Captain James Cook´s legendary Endeavour (originally built in 1764) and more recently an exact replica of the lesser-known Dutch ship Duyfken (originally built in 1595), the first to reach Australia.
On this episode Gary talks about some of the upcoming once-in-a-lifetime experiences you can share with him and Coral Expeditions, and explains what it feels like to travel back in time sailing historic ships.
Here you can find out more about Gary Wilson’s adventures
This Episode of Talking Australia is hosted by Chrissie Goldrick (Editor-in-chief at Australian Geographic) and produced by Ben Kanthak (www.beachshackpodcasts.com).
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Science & Environment
Join APT and Australian Geographic on an exciting voyage along the Kimberley coast from Broome to Darwin.
Be swept along on a tide of adventure through Australia’s remote north-west and Indonesia’s exotic Spice Islands, on this 2015 Australian Geographic Society special expedition.
Explore Australia’s northern delights: the Great Barrier Reef, Cape York Peninsula and Arnhem Land.