Wednesday, 21 August 2013

Tim Cope. Public presentation at Cradle Coast campus

Contact: University of Tasmania
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Location: Burnie
Date of Event: 25 August 2013

Intended Audience: ALL

Tim Cope - Writer, filmmaker and adventurer from Gippsland Victoria
Public presentation at Cradle Coast campus 11.30am - 12.30pm, Sunday 25 August.

Tim Cope was National Geographic Adventure Honoree 2007 and Australian Adventurer of the year 2006. At just 30 years old, Tim is pursuing a life of adventure, writing and film. Tim speaks fluent Russian, and guides in Antarctica, Siberia, and Mongolia, has spent around five years travelling in regions of Russia, Mongolia, Kazakhstan, and Ukraine by bicycle, row boat, skis, horse, camel and many other means.

Tim will share his personal discoveries of getting to know people in their unique home environments and traveling in traditional and local ways.

This is just one of the many activities happening at UTAS on Open Day at UTAS Cradle Coast campus, 16-20 Mooreville Road, Burnie. 

Admission is free.

Tim Cope appears by arrangement with Saxton Speakers Bureau.