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Lost portraits of WWI soldiers
Historic images of the Overland Track
The Natural History Museum's Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition brings together exquisite images of wildlife and natural landscapes. This year there were over 42,000 entries, and two Australians made the final selection. You can view the entire collection and vote for the People's Choice Award here.
The biggest rock art study in Australian history may shed light on when Indigenous Australians first arrived.
Jasmine Vink was lucky enough to come across this peppered tree frog (Litoria piperata), a critically endangered species found in northern New South Wales.
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Australia's highest ever Olympic medal tally ranking was won the very first time it hosted, at the 1956 Melbourne Games.
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Lecture: Pictorial tour of historic Antarctica
There are many challenges on the climb to the Roof of Africa but the rewards offered by the giant Mount Kilimanjaro make the effort seem miniscule.
There are many ways to enjoy New Zealand’s spectacular Queen Charlotte Track, so why not try a few of them? This three-day adventure includes walking, biking and paddling… as well as seriously comfortable accommodation.