Location: Australasia


Jan
25
2020
Remembering Cummeragunja Richard Pendavingh 25.01.20

Studying Australian history often feels more like uncovering some sprawling conspiracy. Buried underneath all the accounts of white explorers, convicts, bushrangers, miners and diggers is a vast bedrock of black history. The more you dig the more connections you find but the full story always seems to remain hidden.

Feb
10
2017
South Coast Track Richard Pendavingh 10.02.17

Tasmania's southern coastline is one of the most wild and remote parts of Australia

Dec
28
2016
The Hordes of Mt Doom Richard Pendavingh 28.12.16

The Tongariro Alpine Crossing on New Zealand's north island has a reputation as one of the most dangerous hikes in the country. On a good day it's a hard slog across 20km of rock and scree taking you up onto the desolate but spectacular plateau that forms the base of Mt Ngauruhoe.

Oct
18
2016
The Devil’s Staircase Richard Pendavingh 18.10.16

Despite the spectacular views on offer around Mt Howitt it's clear from the map that early European explorers had a rough time surveying the region.

Nov
13
2012
Eclipse 2012 Richard Pendavingh 13.11.12

If you were standing around outdoors near Cairns on November 14th last year then you might not have seen the sun.