Mike has a passion for expeditions in wild places. He has represented Australia as a slalom kayaker, guided whitewater rafts in Nepal, taught outdoor education and wilderness medicine, paddled the Kimberley's Fitzroy River in the wet and kayaked the Bass Straight and has travelled extensively by 4x4.
Eddie is a Walkley and Keith Welsh award winning photographer. His assignments have taken him to international destinations in Europe and the South Pacific as well as all the far flung regions of Australia and his work has been widely published in national and international media.
Eddie runs Sea Candy Sea Kayaking who offer bespoke international expeditions, instruction for those looking to work on their sea kayak mastery and is the Australian agent for Sea Kayaking UK, a line of sea kayaks from Wales. With Eddie and his irresistible trip ideas, our sea kayaks never get too dusty.
From exploring Dirk Hartog Island, the Simpson Desert or the Kimberley to hiking Tasmania's Overland Track, Gen is up for almost any adventure. She is all action and her drive and meticulous planning keeps Adventure Curated forging ahead.
Gen’s training is as a Clinical Psychologist and she somehow juggles her private practice, work as an F45 coach and Adventure Curated.
Martin’s stories are a soft blend of humour and detail, a mix that inspires readers to ‘I can do that!’ Sometimes all we need is the spark and it was for that reason Martin first wrote the Canoe and Kayak guide to Western Australia.
When not paddling, cycling or sailing Martin writes fiction that is fuelled by his adventures. His novel ‘How I became the Mr Big of People Smuggling’, set in the outback Northern Territory, was shortlisted for the TAG Hungerford award where the judges said it gave the uncanny feeling it could all be true.
From cycling sand tracks in the Kimberley, first descents in New Guinea or month long canoe trips in Mongolia he says if he can do it, anybody can.
Most people will know Tim as a climber who, with Greg Mortimer in 1984, was the first Australian to summit Everest. In 1990 he summitted a second time, this time walking all the way from the Bay of Bengal!
He is Chairman for Leave No Trace Australia, co-founded the outdoor gear brand Sea to Summit, is a consultant to World Expeditions where he focusses on staff development and the pioneering of new expedition routes, and is a professional speaker.
Tim has a passion for storytelling, is a steward of the outdoors, and has twice been honoured as an Order of Australia recipient.
Luke has a background in Outdoor Education, a passion for outback Australia and when he's not in the bush he works as a professional Firefighter.
Luke has travelled much of Australia by 4x4 including navigating the Cape York Telegraph Track, crossing the Simpson Desert and traversing the majority of the Western Australian coastline.