We are a group of Australian mates, passionate about the outdoors and partial to the odd adventure. We created Random footprints in 2016 to help promote our documentary travelogue "Strangers in the Forest of Taboos" - about a ten-day adventure in the Indonesian jungle. The film screened at the 2017 Adventure Travel Film Festival in Bright and the 2016 Montanha Pico Film Festival in Portugal.
More recently, we've become occupied with raising children and instead of epic treks through Indonesian jungles, we are experiencing shorter adventures much closer to home and often with kids in tow. Our Little Footprints blog is a collection of kid-friendly multi-day adventures in and around NSW and the ACT and aims to provide useful information and trip reports for grownups wanting to introduce kids to overnight and multi-day hikes.
We also have a collection of short videos exploring the NSW high country with friends.
And the film that started it all - Strangers in the forest of Taboos.
Join the community to say high or share your own adventures on our Facebook page.