About

This intrepid two-some invites you to share in their passion for adventure, wildlife, and the outdoors through their quirky – yet informative – travel films. Whether it is tackling the mighty Canning Stock Route or spending a week getting lost in the backwoods of North America, they aim to deliver an enjoyable and well-rounded viewing experience. Get inspired for your next adventure or sit back and watch as these two head out into the wild bush… so you don’t have to.

Click on the “Our Adventures” link above to start watching!

 

Currently:

WESTERN WALKABOUT:  Watch this ten-part series highlighting the Kimberley, Gascoyne, Pilbara, and Shark Bay regions of Western Australia.

Point Samson, Western Australia

Point Samson, Western Australia

Manning Falls on the Gibb River Road, Western Australia

Manning Falls on the Gibb River Road, Western Australia

Exploring the Pilbara

Exploring the Pilbara

Pilbara Foreman

Hiking the gorges of Karijini

We explore the wonders of the Kimberley Region

We explore the wonders of the Kimberley Region

Olive Python in the Pilbara

Olive Python in the Pilbara

 

 

 

Upcoming:

THE MOJAVE ROAD: Foreman, Wilms, and their newest expedition member traverse some of North America’s stunning wilderness, following an old wagon trail and Native American trading route. Today, that track is a much-loved 4×4 adventure, known as the Mojave Road.

 WOLF WEEK: In this foray into Wyoming and Montana, Foreman and Wilms travel to America’s first national park to track down the elusive grey wolf.

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THE MAKING OF WESTERN WALKABOUT:

Because, why not?

 

FILMING SOON:

THE ALLAGASH WILDERNESS WATERWAY: The crew launch the canoe once again, this time on the extreme opposite end of the country to confront the Allagash River in Maine. Unlike the Everglades, gators and crocs won’t be the problem. Bears, moose, rapids, waterfalls, and freezing temperatures on the other hand… they could pose an issue or two.

 

A ROAD TRIP OF OBSCURITIES: On our way back from Maine (provided we survive the challenge) we aim to stop at some of the weirdest, tackiest, and most disturbing attractions that we can find along the way.  If you have any tips on funky features in the northern corridor of the United States, leave us a comment or message on Facebook or send us an email at foremanandwilms@gmail.com.