Rob DraganRob Fickling

Beyond the Divide is proudly presented and produced by Rob Fickling. Rob works in the hunting equipment industry and is the creator and director of Moroka.30. He is passionate about ethical, free range Australian hunting and it has been his long time dream to bring a quality Australian produced hunting series to main stream television. Rob is a member of ADA Westernport branch and has been a keen hunter and outdoorsman all his life. He is a keen contributor to ADA and enjoys volunteering his time to present at their hunter education weekends and the 3 day hunter education course at Neerim in Victoria. He has a passion for experiencing wild and remote places and loves the challenges and rewards that hunting in these environments can bring. Robs favourite destination for hunting is the mountains of Fiordland but his favourite species to hunt is without question the mighty Sambar of the Victorian high country. Outside of hunting his interests include saltwater fishing, playing and recording music, photography and videography.  He lives in Melbourne with his partner Nicole, their young boy Charlie and their GSP Angus.

CO & Crew



The following co-presenters & crew have been a crucial part of Beyond The Divide Series 1 & 2. We thank them wholeheartedly for their valuable knowledge, input, time and patience in making this series possible.

Clark McGhieClark McGhie

If you can find a more passionate deer man in this country, then good luck! Clark has over 25 years experience as one of Australia’s longest running and most successful and respected hunting guides. Residing in the headwaters of the Brisbane Valley, he vigilantly campaigns for the protection and management of his State’s deer herds on behalf of hunters and promotes ethical free-range hunting through the RIDGE group. Clark is an accomplished videographer and a great guy to be around, and will be back in Series Two. His son Kurt is now also a full time guide and together with Clark’s folks Jim and Joan and Grandfather Alben Perrett, their professional hunting careers now span four generations. For more information on a serious hunting adventure visit Wild Country Adventures.

Andrew & SambarAndrew Koscielecki

Commonly known as “Kozzie”, Andrew is a keen hunter and fisherman and his passion for stalking started in the Victorian Alps hunting Sambar. Kozzie’s part of the production team at BTD and his favourite trips are the big tough ones, especially if there is a helicopter involved! He hunts with rifle and bow and is back in Series Two for another wilderness adventure, both in front of the camera and behind it. He is a member of ADA Westernport, lives in Melbourne and works as a firefighter.  When not stalking the hills he can found somewhere out on the water.

Joe and Red stagJoe Grech

Joe is an accomplished, ethical hunter and living in rural Victoria, tries to spend as much time as he can in the bush, either behind the rifle, bow or camera. Joe is a dedicated and patient hunter and is already planning to be back in Series Two. He loves all forms of hunting and particularly enjoys the social aspect of good times in the bush with his mates. Joe is a member of ADA North East branch, is a full time carpenter and on his time off, when not hunting (which is rare) he enjoys time with his young family, fishing and his three Bulldogs.

Gregs Boar ThumbGreg Hogan: Camera & Crew

Greg has been a keen ethical hunter and fisherman his whole life, with a strong love of the outdoors running through the blood in his family. He has been a contributor to Australian hunting print media and is a skilled photographer. Greg now hunts with both rifle and bow. After filming his first hunt with Rob in NZ for series 2 (episode 3) he is now the “go-to” man behind the camera whenever possible. He has fast become an accomplished videographer and possesses the skills & knowledge to run audio visual equipment in very challenging conditions, and above all, has the fitness, patience and commitment that is required to achieve top class, broadcast quality footage and audio in the field. Greg resides on the South Coast of NSW and is a member of Sydney branch ADA. He is a full time Electrician and when not working, is either hunting, fishing, filming, taking photos, editing or dreaming about hunting Dall Sheep!