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Our good friend Craig Haslam talks about the Eyre Peninsula ... his back yard. Over the coming weeks, we'll be introducing you to the very special people, nature and places of Australia. Sign up, follow us on Facebook ... don't miss it.
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With Australia and much of the world heading into lockdown there is no certainty about how we can travel now or in the near future. But wouldn't it be great to be able to support our regional areas, hardest hit, by visiting somewhere we've always wanted to go inside Australia?
We've always been about supporting PEOPLE, NATURE and PLACES and there's never been a more important time to give a voice to the regional Australians who share it with us and look after it.
We would like to invite you to join us for interviews, films and stories about what makes Australia one of the most spectacular continents on Earth. Meet the people who have made it their life's passion.
Enjoy our videos and sign up so we can tell you all about it what's coming up.
Best wishes to you, your families and friends. Stay safe.
Simon Mustoe, Wildiaries founder
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This stunningly illustrated portfolio of Australia's most spectacular landscapes includes, stories and videos, presenting the people, nature and places that make our continent one of the most beautiful and diverse on Earth.
Almost 50 films showcase the incredible diversity of wildlife across Australia's 16 most spectacular landscapes.
Today many of us live in a very fast world which is creating an anxious society. Yet during the time I’ve spent with these people who live great ’outdoor lives’ I’ve rediscovered emotions and curiosity I haven’t felt since I was a child. Isn’t this what we yearn for when we travel? Isn’t it why more than two thirds of visitors to Australia seek a connection with wildlife and nature?
Simon Mustoe, Wildiaries (series producer & director)
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