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May 2013 marks the bicentenary of the first European crossing of the Blue Mountains.
Clever filming techniques and after-effects make a tiny toy town from a big, beautiful city.
From a maritime disaster south-east of Townsville in 1911, a vibrant reef was born.
Tens of thousands of years of culture are brought to life for onlookers every year in the Kimberley town of Derby.
The rapture and drama of the remote outback is captured exquisitely in this intense time lapse.
Some of Australia's most amazing scenery is found beneath the waves.
Within Canberra’s national institutions is the stuff of history – the artefacts, documents and images of Australia’s past.
The Warrumbungles in NSW are home to wildlife, bushwalks and rock-climbing, all against a breathtaking backdrop.
The Babinda Boulders is a great waterhold location and a must-do when you're travelling in Far North Qld.
It's been over a year since the devastating Cyclone Yasi struck, but Cardwell is on the way to recovery.
Once famed for its dugouts and abundance of opals, today Coober Pedy is rich in other gems.
This wild region of rainforest and savanna in far north Queensland is up for heritage listing, but hurdles remain.
The mighty Burdekin River in Queensland has a unique bridge, built over sand.
The World Heritage-listed Gondwana forests of New South Wales are well worth a stop on the Big Lap.
Wildlife viewing along Highway One is vast and varied: from tree kangaroos to birds and even platypus.
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Posted on 21 May 2013
Photographers hit the beach in search of hippos in the surf for a new documentary, Africa: Eye to Eye with the Unknown.
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