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Phallus-shaped stones recently discovered in Papua New Guinea may hold ancient cultural clues.
The Samoan islands sit atop volcanic foundations, shaping majestic sights and a tight-knit way of life. With VIDEO.
Hidden in an estuary in Australia's biggest city is a remote island community of artists, eccentrics and families.
Every year, a festival in country NSW pays tribute to spring and attempts to heal the rifts of war.
Get an insight into the inner-workings of Canberra's Parliament House, which turns 25 this year.
Fossicking has a long history in Australia, and travellers still try their luck at striking it rich.
One of the largest engineering feats in Australian history also encouraged early immigration.
From mines and clubs to tunnels and underground homes, subterranean Australia is a varied and humbling space.
A century ago Australia asserted its independence from Britain with its own naval force, just in time for WWI.
An international award for panorama photography has named its breathtaking winners.
Hear the philosophy and see the life of obsessive bicycle-collector James MacDonald.
For 600 generations, the resilient Pila Nguru people have inhabited one of Australia's harshest environments.
After a nine-year protest started in 1966, the Gurindji became the first Aboriginal people to reclaim their land.
An incredible project aims to revive more than 250 languages once spoken across Australia.
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Australian Geographic joined researchers at the Great Barrier Reef to witness the dance of the local manta rays.
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