A series of interviews by Wendy Parker from Parker Public Relations capturing personal stories of those who love rhinos.
Born in South Africa, Cliff spent many of his holidays as a teenager at the Kruger National Park. It was there that he fell in love with the rhino and became a passionate photographer as he strove to capture the spirit of the rhino and other wildlife on film.
In the 1960s Allan saw 'Hatari', a film about a group of professional wildlife catchers who caught wild animals for zoos across the globe. Captivated by Africa's 'big five', he jumped at the chance work in South Africa where he stayed for several years. Now this youthful fascination has culminated in Allan's involvement in The Australian Rhino Project as both a Founder and Chairman.
Having spent much of his working life conducting oil and gas explorations across Africa, Phil became an avid conservationist during his time visiting the Kruger National Park. Even though he has lived in Perth for the last few years, he still spends many of his holidays back in South African and is even building his own lodge in one of the prominent game parks.