The Australia Project DVD – A Journey Into the Outback
The Australia Project DVD, starring Rob D’Anastasio, Emily Harrington, Matt Segal and Brian Solano features such world class climbing areas as the renowned Grampians National Park, Mt. Arapiles, Nowra, Armidale, Bungonia Gorge, and the majestic sea cliff Point Perpendicular.
These young climbers journeyed across the globe together to embark on the adventure of a lifetime, they encountereed exotic wildlife, pristine scenery, and a unique story to tell. Behold their struggles and triumphs both on rock and in the realm of traveling as they come across unexpected adventure and exploration.
My thoughts on this climbing movie.
I think the Australia Project is a great climbing film. The movie is focused around great young climbers climbing strong and having fun. This DVD hits the nail on the head of what it is like to be on a road trip and how climbers feel when the weather doesn’t cooperate.
To me this climbing dvd is just very real.
When I was watching the film I could totally relate to the climbers and what was going on throughout their journey down under.
One of the main things that I loved about the film is that the movie gives you some insight into the minds of these climbers as they struggle to be motivated to climb, break stigma’s of being only a competition climber, battle the mental game of climbing, and pushing through the pain of a road trip injury.
In my opinion if you are looking for some great climbing and some young people having fun than this dvd is for you.
I would recommend Australia Project to any climber. I promise it will make you want to take your next road trip down under.
Tags: Emily Harrington, Globe, Grampians, Grampians National Park, Lifetime, Majestic Sea, Mental Game, Mt Arapiles, Nowra, Outback, People Having Fun, Pristine Scenery, Road Trip, Sea Cliff, Stigma, Triumphs, Weather
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