Australian Lecture Tour Details [3rd Oct 08] See below for comments (11)
Australian Lecture Tour!
In May, Chris Bray (then 24) and Clark Carter (then 23), both from Sydney, began hauling, paddling and dragging 500kgs of equipment and supplies behind them in unique carts they designed and built themselves. Their mission: to cross 700kms of snow, frozen lakes, mud plains, boulder fields, tundra, endless jagged ice, shattered rock and even rapids.
Their remarkable journey is a world first, with the duo passing through regions that have likely never before been seen by human eyes.
Overcoming countless setbacks, the pair encountered arctic wolves and polar bears, and were forced to make do with what limited resources they had to repair and even re-build their carts along the way. But that‘s what makes it an adventure.
Come and hear Chris and Clark recount their amazing adventure for one night only in your city.
SYDNEY: Wednesday 22 October, Teachers Federation Auditorium Reservoir st Surry Hills. (Brand new 400 seat auditorium - CLICK HERE for to show location on a MAP - it's right near Central station.) Screening starts at 7pm sharp.
BRISBANE: Tuesday 28 October, Lecture Theatre 100 Wickham st Fortitude Valley. Screening starts at 7pm sharp.
MELBOURNE: Wednesday 29 October, Casey Plaza, RMIT (Bowen Street enter from LaTrobe Street in Melbourne CBD). Screening starts at 7pm sharp.
Price: $15, ($13.50 For Paddy Pallin Club Members)
The lecture will cover both the 2005 and 2008 parts of the expedition, and all up Chris and Clark will talk, laugh and wince while sharing the memories of their trip for about an hour, showing lots of great photos and even snippets of video! Hope to see you there! =)
Are you planning on any talks over in Perth in the not too distant future?
Thanks so much for the final update, I look forward to following your new adventures in the future (Offensive Comment?)
7th Oct 08 - Kev i n Perth - commented:
I can put you up, I have lots of tents, only kidding. Love to see you in Perth. Give us a bit of notice and we could book a Hills camp site in Lesmurdie. Sit around a fire and tell stories. Accross the road, an open air theatre. Tempted? You deserve it. You have entertained us! (Offensive Comment?)
8th Oct 08 - brigitte muir - commented:
congratulations on your amazing feat(s)! and on being honest and precise about it. cant wait to hear about your next adventure! (Offensive Comment?)
Damn, missed the one in Sydney. Will there be a podcast of the lecture at any point?
25th Oct 08 - Anonymous - commented:
Congratulations on the Spirit of Adventure award, but talking of Aust Geographic - where is my subscription? Hope that the lecture tour is a great success and that you will look into the fate of your competition prizes when life gets a bit less hectic. bit. All the best. Jenny (Offensive Comment?)
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