Greg Bray has a Bachelor of Science majoring in Physical Geography from the University of Auckland, and for many years has been a tourism guide, including in the ski-fields of Queenstown, the Abel Tasman National Park, and the Bay of Islands, where he now runs adventure day trips to the top of the country — the beautiful Cape Reinga.
Greg has lived in the Bay of Islands since 2013 with his partner who is an artist and fellow tour guide. In late 2017 they took a year off work to explore New Zealand, living on their sailing boat, Mongo. Greg’s love of the outdoors goes back to his scouting days; he achieved a Queen’s Scout Award, the highest youth award achievable in the Scouting movement in the Commonwealth. He is also a talented sportsman (soccer) and singer-songwriter.
“I’ve never given up hope that someday, somehow, somewhere, someone might discover a deeper understanding and more purpose for our potentially magnificent species.”