5 Wildlife Experiences Only on the Eyre Peninsula

Posted by Crooked Compass

From aerial views chasing swirls of salmon runs, to emus darting awkwardly across beaches and rugged cliff tops, the remotes of South Australia’s Eyre Peninsula has wildlife encounters for everyone – from those who are happy to observe and admire from afar, to those keen to come eye to eye with one of the worlds’ most misunderstood predators.

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Travel Inspiration for 2020

Posted by Crooked Compass

In 2020 we are unveiling some amazing new destinations that we have just released for the first time, with more to follow later in the year. We also have some old favourites which are worth considering if you are looking for travel inspiration to take you off the beaten track. The world awaits! Where are you considering travelling in 2020?

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Golden Eagle Hunting - A UNESCO Inscribed Tradition

Posted by Crooked Compass

In 2010, UNESCO inscribed Falconry to its Representative List of the Intangible Heritage of Humanity. The nomination of falconry is a multi-national submission that was supported by the Mongolian National Commission for UNESCO as well as the Association for Eagle Hunters of Mongolia, which commended eagle hunting as an ancient cultural practice of the Kazakh people that has been transmitted over generations.

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