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30 Years of AG Photography
Everything you need to know about snakes
Bicycles have a long and colourful history in Australia, stemming from the rudimentary machines of the late 19th century to the sleek, streamlined pushies of today.
Photographer Luke Tscharke gives us his top 10 tips for shooting the Milky Way.
Submit your photos for consideration for Image of the Week.
Submit your best short videos of Australian nature, wildlife, people and places
Watch the full 10-part documentary series
Known also as tickle-me plant, touch-me-not, shy plant, humble plant and sleeping grass, this weed has intrigued naturalists for hundreds of years.
Send a sea lion some love
Nominations for 2016 AG Awards open
Want to experience the paddling trip of a lifetime? Whether an exploratory kayak expedition, a family canoe journey or a fun multi-day event, there’s a paddling memory-in-waiting here for everyone.
Travel to the stunning Cook Islands with Caroline Pemberton in this short video - and read more in the latest issue of OUTDOOR.
The Australian Reptile Park on the NSW Central Coast will showcase an all-new 'Deadly & Dangerous' series these April school holidays.
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AG educational products draw on our extensive resources, carefully selected for curriculum relevance.
From Australia's unique animals to outer space adventures, find science and environmental resources for students in kindergarten and up here!
Foster your students understanding of Australia and the world with Australian Geographic's history resources.