Nature Euphoria

sharing adventure and sustainability

 

Nature Euphoria seeks to inspire adventure, appreciation, and care for nature and sustainable living.  Follow Leigh’s journey as he explores the world and shares stories about nature, adventure, and sustainability! 

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I would like to acknowledge and pay my respect to all the traditional custodians of this country. I would also like to acknowledge that sovereignty has never been ceded, and to extend my gratitude for your protection of this land.

About Leigh Redding and Nature Euphoria

Leigh is on a journey; born in the rivers and mountains. Meandering through the late Anthropocene and wandering from billabongs to concrete jungles, exploring the amazing planet we call our home; Earth. Leigh is an adventurer, naturalist and environmentalist with the desire to share the amazing places he goes, engage with the incredible people he meets along the way, and spread a message of sustainable living and adventure through connecting to the natural world around us. 

Leigh is an outdoor educator and wilderness guide by trade. He created Nature Euphoria as a means to reach out to communities, share and build ideas of sustainability and a culture of creating experiences which connects us back to the natural world. 

My Blog

Read about my adventures, thoughts and environmental issues here.

A break in the journey

A break in the journey

After a few days of resting and contemplation by the river, I had some big decisions to make. With a broken canoe and stage three restrictions coming into place (to prevent the spread of COVID-19) the potential to continue my paddle journey down the rivers was dwindling.

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Southern Island Nature – Forests

Southern Island Nature – Forests

he diversity of green is beyond words and the combination of ferns, mosses, fungi, sassafras, celery top, and vines mosaic the understory cathedral. In the old growth of the Tarkine, you feel small, yet so connected to the world around, this truly natural place is worth more than wood chips!  

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From the river to the lake and back to the river again

From the river to the lake and back to the river again

The river flows into lake Nagambie; as the water begins to flow slower and the river grows wider, inundating the banks and spanning across the landscape. The meandering river transforms into a vast body of water that lays by the rural town of Nagambie, forming lagoons and peninsulars, wetlands and marshlands that at times seem more familiar to Louisiana than Victoria.

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Down the Yea river

Down the Yea river

I left my backyard Thursday morning on a small sit-on-top kayak, and it was a good choice swapping out my large fiberglass canoe for a more maneuverable craft to navigate the Yea river.

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Southern Island Nature – Ocean

Southern Island Nature – Ocean

Preminghana is a beautiful and sacred aboriginal mountain on the far northwest coast of Tasmania. A raw cliff covered mountain protrudes from the extensive beachy coastline, forming a headland near Marrawah.

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