January 19, 2018

It goes without saying (though I'm still going to say it) that this journey could not have happened without the help and support of many people. From those who were always there, keeping me focused and doing what was necessary back home to keep the ball rolling, to the...

October 9, 2017

To finish up my recovery period I headed over to Wollangarra's Open Day in Victoria with my mum Dora and our friend Jane.

Wollangarra is a pretty special place. It's a non-profit outdoor education centre that provides an opportunity for young people to develop a connect...

September 20, 2017

Day 3 included a sublime morning alarm, witnessing conservation in action and a visit from the police!

August 19, 2017

Come along to NOLA, Adelaide's home of craft beer and cajun food, on September 2nd 2017 for our Karma Keg!

August 10, 2017

It is true when they say that when one door closes, another opens. Earlier this week you may have heard on the 1900 Footprints Facebook page that our first sponsor, Footprints Gear, was closing its doors. It's unfortunate, but often the reality of the struggle of runni...

July 29, 2017

Last year I came across a book called Going the Distance about walking across Aus. The author, Deanna Sorenson, shares her insights into this type of journey.

June 26, 2017

We are excited to announce that Footprints Gear will be 1900 Footprints first sponsor!

Footprints Gear is a not-for-profit organisation and Australian charity that donates 100% of the profits from its retail store to support other charities. Footprints Gear combines a p...

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There are over 1900 species in danger of extinction in Australia. Tristan is walking from Adelaide to Melbourne and around Tasmania to raise money and awareness for conservation activities to protect these species.

100% of donations received will Proudly Support:

BioR will use funds raised by 1900 Footprints to restore and maintain a species-rich conservation block near Monarto, South Australia

 Funds for Wollangarra will sponsor 

disadvantaged young people to attend life-changing outdoor courses in the Victorian mountains.

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