Bob Brown has spent decades taking a stand on issues politically and environmentally around the world, including dumping of nuclear waste in Australia. In this episode we celebrate his latest book, Green Nomads Wild Places.
Ed Cavanough traveled overland from Adelaide in Australia, to London in the UK, making connections with people whose family and friends would serve as life lines.
Nomad Niamh Geaney explores the diverse cultures of Melbourne.
Niamh goes abseiling and hiking in Tasmania, scuba diving in Western Australia and throws herself out of a plane in New South Wales.
Meeting a local conservationist in World Heritage-listed Shark Bay Marine Park, Western Australia, Niamh explores the remote coastline.
Nomad Niamh Geaney connects deeply with indigenous culture as she learns about the world's oldest civilization.
Felix Weber uses running as a way to experience the world - inspired by a love of people, he travels the world with everything he owns in a backpack.
Listen to this episode and discover the Australian state punching above its weight and the sporting code going viral .
Once the butt of jokes from its mainland cousins, Tasmania is now a go-to destination with cool festivals headlined by international acts, historic cinemas with a modern twist, and nudity in public is legal once a year.
Sharks, giant cuttlefish, colorful reefs and historical wrecks. We take a look at the some of the best spots for scuba diving in South Australia and Western Australia.
Bruce Hammond of Western Arrernte/Tanganekald, Meintangk, Boandik Nations writes about authentic Indigenous experiences around Australia.