... a staggering travel adventure, beautifully recounted, by an amazing man. - Peter Fitzsimons
Adventurer, filmmaker and writer Tim Cope - whose 10,000km horseback odyssey from Mongolia to Hungary into the fabric of nomad society on the Eurasian steppe has made him a household name - will be visiting 11 cities in Australia and New Zealand in September and October (before visiting Canada, the US and the UK) for the release of his latest book, On the Trail of Genghis Khan: An Epic Journey Through the Land of the Nomads (Bloomsbury, 1 September, AU$29.99).
Tim's tour represents the perfect opportunity to engage him as a speaker for your next event, and to save on the usual associated travel costs of booking one of world's preeminent motivational presenters.
Tim's presentations take audiences from his boyhood dream to immerse himself in Mongolia and the Eurasian Steppe through an extraordinary three and a half years that completely shaped his philosophy on life. Motivated to take his personal discoveries to businesses, schools and community organisations, Tim's ability to ignite the spirit of this unique land and its peoples and to make truly relevant the myriad lessons learned for a wide range of audiences has met with critical acclaim.
Tour dates in Australia and New Zealand
Accompanied by stunning footage from his award-winning documentary and a special appearance from travel companion, Kazakh dog Tigon, Tim Cope will be visiting the below cities on the evenings of the following dates for public appearances. Please contact us to discuss engaging Tim for your organisation during this tour.
Brisbane: 4 to 8 September at the Brisbane Writers Festival
Byron Bay: 9 September at the Byron Bay Library
Sydney: 12 September at the Wesley Conference Centre, Lyceum Theatre
Wollongong: 13 September at the University of Wollongong
Canberra: 17 September at the Australian National University's Law Link Theatre
Albury/Wodonga: 18 September at The Cube for Dymocks
Margaret River: 25 September at the Margaret River Bookshop
Perth: 26 September at the State Library of WA
Adelaide: 1 October at the Mercury Theatre
Melbourne: 3 October at RMIT's Swanston Academic Building
Hobart: 8 October at the University of Tasmania, Dechaineux Theatre
Warragul: 10 October at the Gippsland Arts Centre
Auckland: 14 October at Auckland Girls Grammar
Wellington: 15 October at Victoria University's Pipitea Campus
Christchurch: 16 October at Middleton Grange School.
For more information or booking details for these events please visit the World Expeditions website here.