In this blog, learn about Carsten Borchgrevink and his Southern Cross expedition (1898-1900), during which the first ever base in Antarctica was established.
In this blog, learn about artefact conservation projects inside an historic hut at one of the most remote places on Earth
In this blog, we hear from Anzac Gallate, a member of the Antarctic Heritage Trust’s 2020 Inspiring Explorers Expedition™ to the Antarctic Peninsula, who is the creative visionary behind My Explorer Journal.
In this blog, check out some of the wonders of Antarctica that are captivating primary school children throughout New Zealand as they embark on a unique, virtual expedition.
In this blog, we look at how world-leading technology in the Trust’s new augmented reality (AR) app is bringing historic artefacts from the Antarctic to life in a thoroughly modern way.
Krystal Paraone, Studio Manager at Staples VR, talks about the process of bringing this incredible piece of world-leading technology, to life.
Find out all about the Inspiring Explorers’ successful completion of the epic crossing of the Greenland ice cap, the Trust’s work with UKAHT on Stonington Island, an update on conservation, and more…
Trust supporter news
We are looking to grow support for the Inspiring Explorers™ Fund and programme to engage and connect more youth with exploration.
In July, South Auckland high school students from Sir Edmund Hillary Collegiate took their first steps in the Trust’s In the Footsteps of Hillary Inspiring Explorers Expedition™, which will culminate in an attempt to climb Mount Tapuae-o-Uenuku (South Island, New Zealand).