Originally from tasmania, Adrian is a film maker, whitewater instructor and rafting guide who has spent the last 7 years supporting his travels around the globe by documenting in both film and print his expeditions on some of the biggest whitewater the world has to offer. www.whiteboxmag.com/
Six times consecutive Australian Wildwater Champion, a silver and bronze medalist in World Cup events, and solid class V boater, Dan is one of Australia's most outstanding paddling exports ever. See our testimonials.
Tim is a freelance guide and photographer who has spent over a decade traveling around the globe kayaking, rafting and canyoning.
Lachie Carracher, kayaking
Four time Australian Freestyle Kayak Team member, 2009 Young Adventurer of the year and countless first descents across the globe, Lachie is also a keen photographer and writer for the OuterEdge magazine.
Originally a triathlete, John entered Tasmanian multisport a couple of years ago - and has since turned it on its head. With multiple titles at Summer Survival, the Winter Challenge and the Freycinet Challenge to name just a few, John is a true legend of the sport. See our testimonials.
Current Australian multisport champion, 11-time Ironman finisher, 3-time Hawaiian Ironman finisher, and one of only three professional Tasmanian triathletes, Emma has achieved incredible competitive success nationally and internationally. See our testimonials.
Ewan is a professional outdoor guide who roams the world pursuing his dreams. Recent exploits include leading sea kayaking expeditions in Antarctica and Tassie's remote South-West and guiding canyoning tours in the alps of Japan. See our testimonials.
Founder of Icetrek Expeditions, wilderness guide, outdoor educator, adventure film presenter and motivational speaker, Eric has skied the world's four largest icecaps, and was the first Australian, together with Jon Muir, to ski to both the North and South Poles. See our testimonials.
Adventurer, geologist, Franklin River raft guide and Antarctic sea kayak guide, Andy is a certified adventurer, nomad and outdoor nut. See our testimonials.
Mathew has shot stock and assignment work around the world for magazines and commercial clients, as well as documenting his own climbing expeditions and adventures. Mathews work can been seen at Flowstate and Tasimages. See our testimonials.
An experienced bushwalker and wilderness photographer, Adam's trekking adventures across remote parts of Tasmania involve carrying everything he needs to survive the wilderness for extended periods. Adam's work can be seen at Wilderness Photography of Tasmania. See our testimonials.
Paul Pritchard, adventurer
Paul was a world renowned rock climber until a rock fell 25m onto his head whilst climbing Tasmania's Totem Pole. After a year in hospital, and still disabled, he found a life of adventure again, climbing, rafting and now attempting ride his tricycle over the Himalayas. He is also a well known author. See our testimonials.
Carol Hurst, adventurer
Whilst at the height of her rock climbing career, Carol had a severe arthritic complaint seize her hips. Barely able to walk, Carol has won six Australian white water kayak titles, cycled across Australia and climbed the 'Nose' of El Capitan Yosemite in California. See our testimonials.
2008 Tasmanian XC Veteran MTB Champion and founder of Cyclingo Bike Shop, John is a well-respected and recognised champion of Tasmanian cycling. See our testimonials.
Current Masters World Champion, Mark lives and breathes cycling. He loves to ride - which is why you see him out on the road so often - but he also gets satisfaction from helping others enjoy their cycling through his bike shop Bikeride. See our testimonials.
Not just the Smitten model, Charlie is a gun in the pool, and is in the states right now with a swimming scholarship - good luck mate! See our testimonials.