urban exploration

Australia Today

The Abandoned Shark Is Being Moved to a New Home

The four-metre great white—whose name turns out to be Rosie—is moving to a better place.
Gavin Butler
2.20.19
Australia Today

Police Aren’t Happy About the Amount of People Visiting the Abandoned Shark

Urban explorers are flocking to an abandoned wildlife park to see a dead great white shark in a tank... which is trespassing.
Gavin Butler
2.18.19
urbex

Meet the Photographer Infiltrating Russia’s Most Secret Places

Lana Sator offers us a rare peak into dilapidated weapons factories and bomb shelters.
Mirjana Milovanovic
12.27.18
urban exploration

Here Are the Top-Three Abandoned Buildings in Sydney

As recommended by a guy in the Urbex community.
Giddy Heine
7.23.18
urban exploration

Here Are the Top-Three Abandoned Buildings in Melbourne

We got recommendations from a guy in the Urbex community.
Giddy Heine
5.17.18
urban exploration

Photographing These Abandoned Space Shuttles Made Me a Russian Target

How one man broke into a secret facility housing the last of the Soviet Union's experimental space ships.
Julian Morgans
3.8.18
urban exploration

A Short History of Exploring Tunnels Under Sydney

We headed out for St James Station's abandoned platform and discussed Sydney's history of urban exploration along the way.
Nat Kassel
3.24.17
Photo

The Cave Clan Has Been Sneaking Into Drains for 30 Years

It's the club for people who like exploring storm drains. Now, for the first time, a founding member has cracked open their photo archive.
Anonymous
9.19.16
Design

How Urbex Became the Kinfolk of Trespassing

In efforts to put brands into everything, an edgy and illegal exploration becomes just another extreme sport.
Adam Rothstein
3.31.16
Art

A Flock of Birds Bursts Inside an Abandoned Classroom

Juan Ford treats the Japanese population crisis with an 'Obliteration Room'-style installation.
Beckett Mufson
1.20.16
Film

Russian Daredevils Scale Rio's Giant Christ Statue

On the Roofs climbs Jesus in a new urban exploration adventure.
Beckett Mufson
12.10.15
Stuff

Looking Around the Headquarters of Australia’s Most Notorious Cult

In 1987, police raided properties owned by the 'The Family' to confirm they'd beaten, starved, and drugged 14 children raised in isolation.
David Allegretti
8.3.15
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