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Posted: 21:27 GMT, 22. November 2020 | Updated: 21:53 GMT, Dec.. November 2020

Matthew McConaughey honored local Australian heroes for keeping the public healthy and protecting wildlife during last year’s bushfires.

The Hollywood actor witnessed the initial devastation from the fires when he visited Australia a year ago with his platform Wild Turkey with Thanks – a wilderness conservation initiative.

And the courier mail has now revealed that the 51-year-old has reached out to three inspiring families who tirelessly guided their communities through the disaster and helped them reconnect with nature.

Prepayment: Matthew McConaughey honored local Australian heroes for keeping the public healthy and protecting wildlife during last year’s bushfires

‘There are certain people who have it in their DNA – like Australians and Texans that I come from – to say, « I’m not going to be the victim here, I will not be the victim. « . « 

‘Yeah, that’s tragic, but I’m going to pull up my boots, I’m going to pull up my bootstraps and think,’ OK, what am I going to do about it?  »

Wilderness Warrior: The Hollywood actor witnessed the initial devastation from the fires when he visited Australia a year ago with his platform Wild Turkey with Thanks – a wilderness conservation initiative

The star of the Dallas Buyers Club was moved by three families in particular and decided to thank them personally.

He spoke to married couple Dana and Sam Mitchell, who rescued more than 600 koalas on Kangaroo Island, South Australia, as the fire broke out.

Matthew also chatted with Linda and Matthew Rudd, whose 100-year-old pub was the only store that stayed open in the hard-hit town of Batlow, NSW.

Grateful: Courier Post has now revealed that the 51-year-old has reached three inspiring families who tirelessly guided their communities through the disaster and helped them reconnect with nature

Lin Baird, who is from Victoria, shared his love for the outdoors while talking to the movie star about how he can help locals reconnect with the wilderness on horseback.

Matthew, creative director of bourbon brand Wild Turkey, also announced that all proceeds from bottles sold in November and December will be used for Australia’s National Parks and Wildlife Service.

‘Now the challenge is how we can get people to visit these places. Go there, even your tourism is helping them just keep them alive and helping them regenerate after the bushfires, ”Matthew added.

Good Thing: Matthew, creative director of bourbon brand Wild Turkey, has also announced that all proceeds from bottles sold in November and December will go to Australia’s National Parks and Wildlife Service

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