Wild Magazine

Wild Magazine #183 Autumn 2022

$7 $10

It’s an awesome issue, one of Wild’s best ever, with several stories in there—like Dan Slater’s piece on paddling Tasmania’s Western Arthurs, and Alex Parson’s account of being bitten by a snake in the Kimberley—destined to become all-time classics. There’s also a piece by Bob Brown, Christine Milne and Tabatha Badger looking at Lake Pedder; a piece on climbing all NZ’s 3000+m peaks in a single month; a feature on walking the Top End’s little-known Tabletop Track; track notes on WA’s surprising Stirling Ranges; a photo essay on Kosciuszko's high country huts; and loads more. And not only are the stories themselves amazing; the issue has been bumped up to 124 pages, and there’s also been a complete redesign of the mag, too.

 

And the layout’s not all that’s fresh; this issue sees the introduction of several new regular sections: ‘Getting Started’ (our new beginner-friendly guide; this instalment explains how to stay sane in the rain); and ‘The Wild Bunch’, a grab-bag of awesome adventures, commencing with legendary guidebook author John Chapman giving readers the lowdown on Tasmania’s Central Highland.

 

It’s going to be an amazing issue, one that you don’t want to miss.

 

James McCormack, Editor

 

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
100%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
J
Jenny S
Love it ... it gives you a pretty good idea of what it's about.

I loved the magazine with a collection of articles covering so many different activities and places. There was plenty to read and enjoy and the articles were very well written. This was my first copy of Wild and I will be buying it again.

You may also like

Recently viewed