The South Passage
Hot Rocky Paradise
Roadie to Litchfield National Park
Marbles Lost, Paradise Found
We flew into San Salvador and headed straight out to one of my favourite places, El Zonte on the Pacific Ocean. The weather was perfect...
By the time we actually got on the road it was seven pm. The sky was the colour of fairy floss, pinks fading into the night. The air was heavy and sweet after...
Insights into Middle America
When I got to the States my work projects went to the wayside and I just went driving, exploring wherever it was that I ended up..
Time to Cruise
Rain, rubbish and rides through the rice patties and back streets of western Bali, Kilometres clocked on the sand, sun fried and hungover..
Marrakech to Merzouga
Far from home with the company of my backpack and camera, I arrived in the city of Marrakech..
The Road to Teahupo'o
For the most part, Matt is out there completely alone trying to familiarise himself with the wave that has been responsible for some of his career’s most...
I sang loudly, cold air flooding my lungs with each inhalation, warm air expelled from my mouth as I filled my van with the sound of my voice.
INTO THE MIDST - Galapagos Islands
I sit, listen to the ocean lap, watch the frigates swooping low across the water and marvel at the rich navy that fades into turquoise at the shore.
Begin at Bethlehem - part II
I never thought I could love a land locked, Islamic, war torn country like I loved The West Bank, Palestine.
INTO THE MIDST - SUMMIT TO SEA
The whole day I couldn't help but think how martian-like the scenery was. Nearly completely scarce of signs of life, except for the odd llama, donkey or lone...
Sometimes it just feels good to risk it all and punch it half way across the state because you have a feeling it will be on.
Begin at Bethlehem
We were in Bethlehem. Yes, you heard me, where baby Jesus was first put in the manger and where those donkeys carried all those men so far to reach.
As the sun set we ran the gauntlet dodging roos, deers and Geraldton locals before rolling into a small shanty town inhabited by generations of fishermen and...
Into the Midst - Death Road
Oh yeah and we needed to do some cool shit, to make her flying to see me worthwhile - enter Death Road.
Into the midst
Hi, I’m Shane. Two months ago I quit my job, packed everything I needed into a bag, sold the rest of my things and set off to ride a motorbike from Patagonia...
Deep green caverns greeted us as the sun rose after one hour’s sleep, no real complaints here as it’s a strange but beautiful stretch of coastline.
Getting across the border was always a pretty nervy experience even with nothing to hide. The Mexican border patrol officer complete with big sombrero, bigger...
We almost lost the road into the abyss multiple times, or into the random cows parked up in the blackness. Already the Transkei, a formerly separate country in...
Hot Sauce Highway continues
it’s crazy to think how big and remote this country is. Crocodiles, flies and red dust, piss-heads and bogans, cane toads, culture and history. This is...
Kavre: Racing the Landslide
Photographer Renae Saxby joins the efforts to relocate an entire Nepalese village doomed by the April earthquake.
Hot Sauce Highway Pt. 1
I’ll be honest, driving through the middle of Australia was something I had never planned to do.
Nepal: Rising From Rubble
Through Renae Saxby’s lens we explore aid work in the remote villages of Nepal, a country torn apart by natural disaster.
Lutriwita Pt. 3
A sleepless night spent in sub-zero temperatures. Press on as the locals are restless.
Lutriwita Pt. 2
Beyond the windows of our tin home the light breaks a dark, neon blue. The way will be clear for our assault on Mt Eliza.
Armed with her camera, a head for adventure and an eye for arid landscapes, Elise has spent the past few months capturing magnificence amongst the Southwest...
Lutriwita Pt. 1
I find solace in empty landscapes, void of human interference. To capture the beauty of unhindered evolution I journeyed south, to Van Diemen’s Land.
Shark Riddled Desert
Photographer John Respondek and surfer Craig Anderson hit the road to nowhere in the South Australian desert. Riddled with sharks, this desert delivers, but...
WA x Bacco x Depactus
Heaving waves of consequence break over shallow, sharp reefs along this wild coast line. A mission to discover if The West really is best.
Pack as light as possible. We’re leaving for the Caribbean tomorrow morning.
On my way back to our guesthouse I decided to roam the market.
In this bipolar world that we all live in, there are various platforms of transportation to be used. This is the Global Hobo's starter kit for getting from A...
Two cities, two continents, two days.
Thailand Pt.1: An Unstuck Adventure
It was a land of myths, never ending sunsets, fresh food that was pulled from the same waters you spent your days bathing in. To these islands I went.
Corbin Drops Into Gumball
Catching up with pro skater Corbin Harris to talk all things Gumball 3000 Rally; the cars, the parties and what has quickly become one of the world’s raddest...
Corona Extra Presents - Someplace Else
Corona Extra presents Someplace Else - Corona’s Artist Residency on the Road in Mexico
Cruising Highway 1 from LA through Big Sur to San Francisco is one of the world’s great road trips, made all the rowdier in one of the most obnoxious...
We gathered some friends and went south of Sydney for Easter.
Searching New Zealand
First Base production assistant, Emma Young, gives us the 10-4 on her latest adventure in beautiful New Zealand.
4000kms with holes in my pockets
It never really crossed my mind as to where I was actually headed or what I would do when I arrived. I knew there would be a time when I had to get back to...
Corbins Gumball 3000
“I’m living this dream. I was 14 years old dreaming of skating with Tony Hawk, Rune Gliffberg and Bob Burnquist and now they’re good friends.”
Darwin and Tiwi IslandsWe explore the Northern Territory outback, the local Darwin food, bar and music scene and the nearby Tiwi Islands for a cultural hit and some infamous Barra fishing with the local indigenous guides.
The Whitsundays travel guide"I''ve travelled around the world and the most beautiful place i have ever seen is in our backyard - the Whitsundays” - Emily Hutchinson @emelinaah
A vibrant mixture of colourful people and untouched places, Colombia is an untapped resource, the result of a rocky past and fabricated stereotypes.
Rottnest Island travel guide
The extraordinary beauty of Rottnest Island through the eyes of local Olive Cooke. Rotto sits just 19kms from Fremantle, Western Australia and is a wild and unique piece of Aussie paradise. Get your Rottnest Island travel guide by local influencer Olive Cooke
Madagascar travel guide
Lucy Small exploring the coasts, surf and villages of Madagascar.
A place of crumbling splendor and jeweled seas, of derelict buildings emblazoned with the revolutionary flag. This is a changing Cuba.
This is your guide to Palawan in the Phillippines by Life in the Slow Lane's Liss Connell and Grace Picot
Traversing Namibia by road. Wild and free in the African desert of Namibia by Elise Hassey
Mo'orea travel guide
Come and visit tropical paradise of Mo'orea, Tahiti. Travel guide by Alesha Saliba of Billabong Australia. Featuring Elyse Knowles and Rocky Barnes
Bora Bora travel guide
Is paradise calling? This is your guide to Bora Bora, Tahiti.