Overcoming The Odds


In 1997, Australian adventurer Warren MacDonald spent two days trapped under a giant boulder, which fell on him while mountain climbing and left him a double leg amputee. Amazingly, his near-death experience did not stop him from a future that included cycling, kayaking and, most surprisingly, climbing. He approached his adversity as a constructive challenge, and grew from it. “I wouldn’t change what happened if I could”, he told the ideacity audience in 2006. His message hasn’t changed in the last two decades; to this day, Warren travels the world, sharing his belief that how we see and perceive the world, helps shape our reality.

A Class-ical Act


Internationally renowned concert pianist Daniel Vnukowski brings his passion and knowledge of classical music to…READ MORE »

Ruffling Republican Feathers


During its 20-year run, the ideacity conference broke ground on a lot of subject matter…READ MORE »

Thriving & Surviving In Nature


Through his adventures as Survivorman, Les Stroud has been chased by a jaguar, lived through…READ MORE »

Adventurous Environmental Stewardship


Julie Angus had no rowing experience when she decided to pick up the oars and…READ MORE »