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!
WESTERN WALKABOUT: Watch this ten-part series highlighting the Kimberley, Gascoyne, Pilbara, and Shark Bay regions of Western Australia.
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.
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.
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.
Great stuff. Truly enjoyable and very informative. Eagerly awaiting more videos.
Very well Done…. it certainly has changed a bit I was there back in ’89….. looking forward to reading more 🙂
Hi there. Just joined as a “follower” having watched the Canning Stock Route video. Enjoyed t tremendously as well as the way in which you present it. Most interesting and very easy going. Hope to watch plenty more on Australia, a country which I am sure that I will like very much. I am from sunny South Africa and do frequent the Kalahari and Namib deserts quite often. Enjoy your travels and do not be shy with the videos. Best. Henry Green. 02072015.
Love this series and all your other work. Would love to become a sponsor of your work.
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Thank you so much, Ben! We’re flattered and excited that you enjoy our films. You are welcome to contact us at email@example.com
how do i get copies of your dvd’s? they are just fantastic!!
Cheers, Mr. Cooke! We are still investigating reliable and feasible ways to produce quality DVDs. Once we do, we’ll let you know!
I have enjoyed all your videos they are well informed and easy to watch. So much so i have all my friends watching too keep up the good work.
Thank you so much! That is wonderful to hear.
Great videos i have watched all of them more than once, i have all my friends now watching they are very impressed with your easy style and informative presentations. Keep up the good work
Sorry mate i am not good at posting, old man little knowledge of internet but i thought i lost first statement so i did it again as you can see thanks for everything
Lets see the Everglades trip! I actually met you all on the Harney River, we shared a couple beers with you for dinner 🙂 I can’t wait to see the rest of your trip.
Hey John- Great to hear from you! Hope you are well. We’re hoping to have “The Everglades” out in a week or 2. Just putting the finishing touches on it!
We found you! Have been looking for quite some time now. The Cape-to-Nairobi trip in 2006, was a great experience. Hope to meet up again for more family adventures. Me and Janne are planning to cross Australia in some years time, our 25th anniversary. Might need some good advice 😉
Janne and Rune
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We have been watching your youtube productions during our long winter here in Eastern Ontario. Absolutely love your work , the photography is so clear with excellent composition. Thanks so much for taking the time to make these wonderful and informative creations. You are a charming couple. Adrian and Christa
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And thank you, Adrian and Christa, so much for taking the time to watch them!! We love what we do and it means so much that other folks enjoy our films too.
We’re planning some North American adventures. I (Summer) traveled through Ontario’s waterways when I was 12 on a boat and have very fond memories of places my family and I visited along the Trent-Severn. You live in a beautiful and special place!
If you have any insider info on awesome adventures we might tackle, we would love to have your expert input.
One of our next targets is the Allagash Waterway in Maine. That’s not too far from your neck of the woods, so if you have any nearby suggestions, we’d love to hear them!
We hope your weather improves and, if not, we’ll do our best to get some watch-worthy content out ASAP.
Hope you’re having an excellent day!
Many thanks for uploading ur videos, love all of them . I just watch ur holland track 2 episode program.
I live in Perth WA, i want to do halland track too.
I want to start my journey from Broomehill like urselves, but to get from Broomehill to Hyden there is many ways, can u plz tell me which route did you use? If u put pin on places/towns that u go through from Broomehill to Hyden that would be great (the Holland route from Broomehill to Hyden).
Thank you in advance from ur help. Keep up the hard work and enjoy ur trips, can’t wait to see the new episode of Walkabout .
Hi – I’m a documentary producer and looking to license some of your material in this youtube link. Can you email me to discuss?
We’d be happy to discuss. Feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you so much for your fantastic videos! Truly inspiring! We are doing a month long drive up WA way in Jan. 2019 coming from western Canada. So many great and informative pieces with a fantastic showcase of excellent birding. We are definitely getting a birding guidebook when we get there!
Great movies you guys should be on netflix!
Summer and Gavin,
Since discovering your FOREMAN AND WILMS youtube channel a few months ago, I’ve watched every video posted there. Your camera work, your editing, your background music, your humor, your personalities, and the overall enjoyment/entertainment/educational value of your presentations, is spot on, smack dab, dead center, fair dinkum, right up my street! Strewth!
Many thanks for your excellent presentations from a follower/subscriber in the heart of Wyoming.
To date my favorite is the Western Walkabout Series (which I’ve watched multiple times, and have gained something new with every viewing). The Canning Stock Route and The Holland Track adventures are tied for second place. They’ve also been enjoyed multiple times.
The crocs eating the dead cow was a one-timer, Gav.
Since very early on, I’ve been intrigued by the bright, ‘white’ metal, domino-shaped adornments (amulets? talismans? cartouches?) worn around your necks in many of the videos. Would you please be so kind as to explain their significance?
Thank you so much, Noah! We are very happy and humbled that you’ve enjoyed our films. Thanks for taking the time to reach out, too. Comments like yours encourage us to keep improving our content and to continue sharing our adventures. We love doing this and the pleasure is doubled knowing that we’re bringing other folks laughs and entertainment.
The necklaces are ingots made by an artist in Kalbarri in Gav’s home state of Western Australia. His is the Southern Cross and mine was a gift from Mr. Foreman: A bright sun over Uluru/ Ayers Rock. Mine was lost a while back and when we tried to contact the artist for a replacement we had no luck; it seems like he’s no longer in business. Hopefully it will still turn up! In fact, I may have lost it in your neck of the woods, so keep an eye out. 😉
If you liked Western Walkabout, you’ll probably enjoy the series we’re working on now where we travel through parts of Utah, Arizona, and California. We had a blast filming it and are really excited to get it out there soon. We’re about halfway done with the editing, so it shouldn’t be too much longer.
Summer and Gavin,
Thank you so much for enlightening me about your unique and stunning ingot jewelry. Hopefully, Summer, your errant ingot will turn up sooner rather than later. Fingers crossed.
As you might well imagine, I’m eagerly looking forward to viewing and enjoying your soon-to-be-posted travel and adventure video footage featuring parts of the southwestern USA.
In the meantime, if there’s any more of your excellent Australian footage lying around begging to be viewed and appreciated it would be more than welcome.
Speaking of Australian footage, I’ve been watching some YouTube videos on the Roaming The Outback channel, out of a combination of sheer desperation and a desire to (vicariously) enjoy the Australian outback.
Compared to your Australian videos the RTO videos don’t come within miles of measuring up. The RTO channel’s creator, a solo traveler, takes viewers to places in the outback that are new to me, and interesting in their own right, but his photography, videography, editing, and narrating are massively disappointing, compared to the absolutely magical content the two of you present. Although the places visited on the RTO channel are definitely worthwhile, the manner in which the episodes are presented makes them about as interesting as a 3-hour lecture on the relative merits of flat and round shoelaces. The fellow making the videos has no concept of lighting, is nearly devoid of personality, and if he has a sense of humor, keeps it well hidden. Unfortunately, his videos feature far more footage of cattle than of wildlife, and he has nowhere near the talent you have for selecting background music.
Meanwhile, here’s wishing you and those close to you good health during the current Wuhan virus madness.
And at all times, mind how you go.
Thank you for the excellent and informative videos they are our favorites during this time in quarantine in our home state Tasmania.
Are still in South America with his problem of the virus or have managed to return home.
Perhaps one day you go further south in South America and visiting Uruguay (my mother country) and also the awesome Patagonia.
Thank you, Arthur! We’re so happy that we can share some entertainment with you during this unusual time. We are hunkered down at home (and working on more films) at the moment. Patagonia is definitely on our bucket list and we have heard excellent things about Uruguay, so hopefully we can visit both in the future. Wishing you and your family health, safety, and happiness!
Having canoed the Allagash myself I can attest that your video is awesome. I loved it and it brought back so many fond memories. Thanks, Terry Campbell. Belgrade, Maine