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The Kimberley’s vast and dramatic landscape is regarded as one of the last remaining untouched wilderness areas on earth. Gushing rivers crisscross the landscape, luring fishermen chasing the legendary barramundi and adventurers pursuing the stunning array of thriving wildlife.
Australia’s south west, chosen by Lonely Planet as one of the world’s top 10 regions for 2010, has something for everyone. Margaret River and surrounds boast destinations of surprising variety and endless excitement – from decadent wineries to sun-drenched beaches, cosy bush hideaways, horse-riding and sumptuous local produce.
The National Reserve system is Australia's collection of protected regions, preserving natural flora and fauna for future generations. The National Reserves are Australia's safety net against the world's environmental challenges. With more than 9,000 protected areas, it covers more than 11 percent of Australia.
Gateway to the magnificent Great Barrier Reef and home to relaxed towns, sun-kissed beaches and lush tropical forests, North Queensland is one of the most popular places in Australia for outdoor adventure, rejuvenating breaks and family getaways.
Eco tourism is a blend of conservation and tourism; it's aim is to be sustainable, with the least possible impact on the landscape and environment. Eco Tourism also involves a high degree of interpretation: learning more about the cultural and natural heritage of an area is vitally important. It is one of the fastest growing sectors of tourism worldwide.
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Patrick White was a quiet achiever – even when he won the Nobel Prize in Literature.
AG editor-in-chief Chrissie Goldrick invites you to see the majestic wildlife of Sri Lanka.
A picture really is worth a thousand words when it’s underpinned by rigorous research and crafted with skill.
AG Reader Michael Murchie took this beautiful and eerie photo in far western Queensland.
Could the government have the 2013 addition to the Tasmanian World Heritage Area revoked, asks John Pickrell.
Tuesday 22October 2013
Join us in celebrating this year's greatest adventurers and conservationists.
Australian Geographic joined researchers at the Great Barrier Reef to witness the dance of the local manta rays.
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