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Wanderstories is mainly based in Townsville, North Queensland, Australia which is situated along the east coast of Australia, mid-way along the Great Barrier Reef but also nestled beside various stunning mountain ranges. Wanderstories documents Townsville's - and the rest of Queensland's - natural landscapes (e.g., waterfalls, lookouts, mountains, etc.) and associated adventures (e.g., hiking, canyoning, climbing, etc.) as well as adventure travel.
While Wanderstories is a community and team effort, Luen Warneke has set and achieved goals over the years for first ascents and descents – most notable achievements to date have been the first ascent of Mount Pieter Botte, the first free ascent of Mount Diamantina, and the first descents of Crystal Creek and Waterview Canyon. Luen continues to learn and grow as an adventurer and accomplishes ever more impressive and challenging adventure goals.
By supporting Wanderstories, you are also supporting the development of theCrag (ranked 19th in the world, 5th is australia, and first in Queensland and Townsville), OpenStreetMap, Wikipedia, TrailForks (second in Townsville), and many other community-driven websites as Luen Warneke has spent countless hours editing and contributing to these resources.
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We at Wanderstories have an immense passion for the great outdoors, hiking, and many extreme activities. As explorers, we often use and recommend great quality gear to our following of adventurers. We are happy to help and continue to promote amazing products via our adventures through this beautiful world in which we live.
Wanderstories is one of the world's few hardcore adventure travel community created websites. We have a dedicated focus on sustainable practices and content and it has a rapidly growing following. So if you're looking to align with a content producer who is switched on about sustainable adventure travel and microadventures, you can be confident our work reaches and resonates with the right audience. We have over a decade of experience producing tech-savvy, multimedia content, and we are always keen to hear about opportunities to work with like-minded industry partners, so let's chat!
Wanderstories is providing useful information in an easy-to-read format and sharing stories of individuals doing amazing things in the sustainable adventure arena on the Wanderstories website and social feeds, so if you have some news you'd like to share, please send it over for consideration.
Our Growing Audience
Wanderstories is still very new, but we are ever growing – and fast!
As of March 2020, our website receives 17,000+ unique visitors, 600,000+ total requests, and serves 100+ gigabytes of data each month! Our readers come mostly from Queensland, Australia but we also have a small following in the rest of Australia and the world. We have 1000+ blog subscribers, and 4,000+ social media followers (combined across all channels).
We offer a pantheon of unusual and adventurous ways to bring your brand's message to life.
Here's a few private messages and public comments people have said about Wanderstories:
"Thank you for your blog - it is really a treasure and an invaluable resource to us walkers and for me - it has given me the confidence to explore regions, I would not normally have - So thank you so much for this." - Cherry Judge
"You're a machine! You need to keep that website pumping. It's great! I refer to it regularly." - Michael Pugh
"It's a wealth of information, it's basically Townsville's hiking bible. I couldn't count how many times I've shown someone an article from there." - Adrian Schaumann
"When I discovered Wanderstories, I was hooked and read all your articles in one sitting that night." - Damien Burrows
"I found Wanderstories online and I couldn't believe it was free. I was skeptical that such a great resource was free. I was blown away and couldn't wrap my head around the generosity of this knowledge-base." - Sean Sullivan
"It's a better resource than all the hiking books I've read. You're doing a great job for the community." - Wilfred Karnoll