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Meet Lindsey

Adventurer & Storyteller

G'day, Bonjour, Hello. Thanks for popping along here. Nice to meet you. My name's Lindsey and I'm a Brit who likes to do stuff. From running across the country to see a friend for a cuppa, pedalling a bicycle across continents to watch sporting events, or just wandering along fence lines retracing a pretty special someone's journey, whatever idea pops into my head I like to see if I can give it a go. I just feel alive when I'm on the road, with my own personal mission to get somewhere in an unconventional way, learning a new skill or something new. Maybe, I'm an adventurer?! Read More »

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Truck Tales

Walking the Rabbit Proof Fence was so amazing I couldn't bring myself to fly back to Perth in 90 minutes when it took me 10 weeks to walk. So, I hitched with truck drivers. Which then planted the seed to circumnavigate the entire country with these hardy but soft characters, collecting their tales. Read More »


Previous adventure

Walking the rabbit proof fence

Being stuck in Byron Bay with a broken leg, whilst backpacking in my early 20s, I had stacks of films and books for entertainment. One being Follow the Rabbit Proof Fence. The characters in the story helped me through a tough time I'd soon go through so I always wanted to return to Australia to retrace their journey. Read More »


 10 weeks and 1600km across the outback


Walking to Jigalong with Molly's family

Me and my walking trolley TRevor


Meeting Daisy

Staying with Maria, Molly's daughter




Where it all started

2010: Cairo to Cape Town

Cycled from Cairo to Cape Town, 6500 miles to make it to the 2010 FIFA World Cup.

2012: Runkulele

Ran 250 miles to Manchester, carrying a ukulele to busk to earn my train fare home.

2013: Je parle Franglais

Roller-skated to Paris (even though I couldn't skate) whilst learning French on the way.

2013: TO BUDE in the Nude

Roller-skated 150 miles to see a friend in Bude, in a nude suit, because it rhymed.

Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.
— Mark Twain

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