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Dumbo Feather

Issue 56
Magazine

Dumbo Feather is an iconic Australian magazine. Published quarterly for seven years, and hailed around the world as a design leader, it is a magazine like no other. Our readers are people who want to be told a different story than the one they hear every day. Each quarterly issue features five extended (20 page) profiles of people worth knowing, across enterprise, education, science, sport, politics, fashion and the arts. Whether they’ve touched millions, or just those around them, we take the time to get to know these people, and ask them to tell us their stories.

Urban Rewilding

Where Questions Unfold

Forest Bathing

Farming for the Whole

Gregory Smith is Out of the Forest

BOB BROWN SAVES THE WILDERNESS

SYLVIA EARLE IS AN OCEANOGRAPHER

JOHN MARSDEN TEACHES COURAGE

Steve Irwin

VICTOR STEFFENSEN LISTENS TO THE LAND

PATRICIA PICCININI MAKES TENDER ART

RICK RIDGEWAY GOES TO THE EDGE

STORIES OF BETTER BUSINESS

Travelling Wild, Responsibly • Our friends at Australian Ethical have shared this how-to guide for travelling with a conscience.

The B Corp Market

The Journey


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Formats

OverDrive Magazine

subjects

News & Politics

Languages

English

Dumbo Feather is an iconic Australian magazine. Published quarterly for seven years, and hailed around the world as a design leader, it is a magazine like no other. Our readers are people who want to be told a different story than the one they hear every day. Each quarterly issue features five extended (20 page) profiles of people worth knowing, across enterprise, education, science, sport, politics, fashion and the arts. Whether they’ve touched millions, or just those around them, we take the time to get to know these people, and ask them to tell us their stories.

Urban Rewilding

Where Questions Unfold

Forest Bathing

Farming for the Whole

Gregory Smith is Out of the Forest

BOB BROWN SAVES THE WILDERNESS

SYLVIA EARLE IS AN OCEANOGRAPHER

JOHN MARSDEN TEACHES COURAGE

Steve Irwin

VICTOR STEFFENSEN LISTENS TO THE LAND

PATRICIA PICCININI MAKES TENDER ART

RICK RIDGEWAY GOES TO THE EDGE

STORIES OF BETTER BUSINESS

Travelling Wild, Responsibly • Our friends at Australian Ethical have shared this how-to guide for travelling with a conscience.

The B Corp Market

The Journey


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