Outdoor adventure site We Are Explorers has launched the three-part video series as part of their ‘transformational travel’ concept.
The three videos explore Eurobodalla on the South Coast of NSW. We Are Explorers’ team spent a week in Eurobodalla to document the stunning landscape, as well as the unique experience of travelling there.
They specifically focused on the history and living culture of the Yuin people.
The ‘transformational travel’ concept is based on the notion of seeking experiences that change us from the inside out, altering our perspectives and behaviours for the greater good of both ourselves and the world around us.
Particular emphasis is placed on connecting to nature, immersion in cultural experiences, and supporting local business.
We Are Explorers founder Henry Brydon said, “travel has the power to completely shift perspectives and transform individuals in a way that makes the world a better place.”
“Eurobodalla is an intensely beautiful part of the world that naturally encourages visitors to slow down and reconnect to themselves and their surroundings.”
The online film series, called Eurobodalla: Yuin People, is highly emotive, focusing on three key characters: Dwayne Bannon-Harrison, Warwick Smith, and Patricia Ellis. Each person shares stories and knowledge of the region that span tens of thousands of years.
Brydon added, “listening to stories from the gold-mining village of Central Tilba and Gulaga the Mother Mountain, to the life-giving Clyde River, and along a traditional Yuin sonling on the Bingi Dreaming Track.”
“It feels like the whole region has come to life, and I now have a new depth of understanding of its heart.”