A long-time love of the outdoors and animals set Nathan Ferlazzo and his family on a course for success – illustrating the wonder of the natural world that surrounds us here in Australia.
Back in 1994, Australian Geographic’s second wilderness couple Deanne and Damon Howes survived 12 months in the Tasmanian Wilderness.
Thrill seeker Valentin Rapp has walked between some of Tasmania’s greatest natural monuments by rigging up a highline. Not for the faint of heart, the extreme sport of highlining involves traversing a rope suspended high above the ground. See more of his adventurers here.
Science & Environment
Photographer Luke Tscharke revels in the beauty of Tasmania’s wild and remote Western Arthur Range as he walks in the footsteps of renowned wilderness photographer Peter Dombrovskis.
These large grey mounds, known as stromatolites are said to be the oldest record of life on earth, with only a few colonies still in existence. But now scientists have discovered that they’re thriving in the Tasmanian wilderness.
Take an incredible rafting trip down the Franklin River.