You know the saying that you can wait ages for a bus, and then several come a long at once? Well, we’ve been hoping that also applies to flocks of Major Mitchell’s Cockatoos. We’ve travelled around Australia, searching our hearts out for nearly a year, hoping to photograph them. These are some of Australia’s most … Continue reading Major Mitchells and Me
It’s 2am, and deep in the dunes at the eastern end of the Nullarbor, a lone tent is being battered by howling winds and drifting sand. It’s been pitched to face a dramatic view of the Great Australian Bight, a vast stretch of sand dunes and limestone cliffs that link South and Western Australia. But what looked … Continue reading The Bright Side of the Nullarbor
Al and I probably don’t look like we're into extreme sports. Other than skiing (and the odd bit of bungee jumping and shark diving in my youth), it’s been yoga and pilates all the way for me. As for Al, well, I guess dog-walking and mowing have been his activities of choice since he quit horse riding … Continue reading Dune Surfing & Cliff Diving on Yorke and Eyre
Yes, it’s back! After taking a break following the exhausting Seafood edition, the intrepid Bush Cooking team have been busy making a brand-new episode! This time, we show you how you can make your own Bush wine, using only wild-picked fruit and common household chemicals ingredients. This will be the last one in this … Continue reading Bush Cooking Episode 4: The Wine Edition
The third part of our infamous "Bush Cooking" series!!
In the second episode of our famous "Bush Cooking" series, we show you how you can create an amazing and mostly non-toxic meal from what you can find in a stroll through the rainforest!
We kick off our four part "Bush Cooking" series with a short video on making great coffee in the bush!