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The Samoan islands sit atop volcanic foundations, shaping majestic sights and a tight-knit way of life. With VIDEO.
To celebrate 30 years of the marine reserve at Port Stephens, Justin Gilligan snapped some of its weirdest inhabitants.
Rip currents kill more Australians per year than natural disasters and sharks combined, says a new study.
Travellers have trekked the Australian Alps for centuries, taking refuge in historic huts and enjoying the mountain scenery.
Hidden in an estuary in Australia's biggest city is a remote island community of artists, eccentrics and families.
The French territory of New Caledonia is home to scores of plants and animals found nowhere else in the world.
Between 1580 and 2011, there were 2463 confirmed unprovoked shark attacks around the world.
A detailed map of Christmas Island, one of Australia's more remote territories.
Images from NASA's Space Shuttle are being used to create maps that could help manage river resources and flood events.
Sightings of the orange-wattled South Island kokako have been accepted as genuine says NZ conservation body.
The Tasmanian subspecies of the wedge-tailed eagle may have arrived just a few hundred years ago.
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Tim Jarvis retraced the 1916 attempt by six men to save their crew on one of the world’s most inhospitable islands.
Fossicking has a long history in Australia, and travellers still try their luck at striking it rich.
Weather dominates one of New Zealand’s longest treks, but sometimes the landscape makes you forget the wet.
Escape into the New Zealand wild on the four-day Milford Track exploring lush prehistoric scenery.
Could the government have the 2013 addition to the Tasmanian World Heritage Area revoked, asks John Pickrell.
Reports from a recent feral camel cull estimate numbers have been reduced to 300,000 – half the population in 2008.
Mining threatens iron formations on the Helena and Aurora Range, home to several endemic species of flower.
An Australian sea slug uses a spike to inject fluid into the head of its mate during intercourse, researchers have found.
Diver and photojournalist Kara Murphy shares some of her favourite corners of underwater Australia.
The Northern Territory displayed some spectacular scenery for this avid nature photographer.
Hear the philosophy and see the life of obsessive bicycle-collector James MacDonald.
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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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AG editor-in-chief Chrissie Goldrick invites you to see the majestic wildlife of Sri Lanka.
AG Reader Michael Murchie took this beautiful and eerie photo in far western Queensland.