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Tasmania's top 10 ghost towns
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Who wouldn't want to be a bird photographer after watching all the fun 2015 Nature Photographer of the Year David Stowe gets to have?
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.
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Despite her severe disability, Eleanor Beidatsch hopes to embark on an AGS expedition to the opal town of Lightning Ridge this August.
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Nominations for 2016 AG Awards open
It’s nearly time for bookings for NZ’s awesome Great Walks to open for the 2016/17 trekking season. Here’s two of the best to get you psyched to push that “Booked” button!
Think Tropical North Queensland and invariably diving the Great Barrier Reef comes to mind, but head to the hills and you’ll soon see that this area has so much more adventure on offer.
There are some spectacular places on this planet that are only accessible by foot. Here are eight of AG Outdoor's favourite walks from all over the world.
The Himalayan route from Manali to Leh in north-western India reaches altitudes of more than 5000m. Doing it on a bicycle will have you gasping for every breath, but this could well be the ultimate two-wheeled adventure.
For such a small, sparsely populated country, New Zealand punches above its weight when it comes to the amount - and quality - of its multi-day treks. Put these nine Great Walks at the top of your bucket list.
When heading out on a cold winter walk, pack a thermos of this steamy mulled wine for a cosy evening treat.
Watch Dallas Hewitt and Derek Morrison conquer the Black Peak, on foot and bike.
Comfort and convenience is where it’s at when you’re camping with a young family.
AG Outdoor's ed has been using this kayak holder on and off over the summer – and so far, so good.
Headlamp or torch? Why choose? Both can come in handy.
Varied terrain, pastoral landscapes, wildlife and sweeping vistas
More than 60 years after the first ascent of Mt Everest by Tenzing Norgay and Edmund Hillary, we talk to mountaineer Greg Mortimer about the first Australian ascent of the world’s highest peak.
Both rainforest and reef can be found in tropical north Queensland
This section of South Australia’s coastline offers an array of experiences from heart-charging adventure to complete relaxation.
The gateway to East Arnhem Land, Nhulunbuy (also referred to as Gove), boasts fantastic fishing, sailing, bird watching and four-wheel driving.