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In 1882, a three-year-old palace at Sydney’s Royal Botanic Garden was destroyed by fire – and with it, thousands of Indigenous artefacts. The new barrangal dyara (skin and bones) installation is a reminder of what was lost.
Read more about the Garden Palace fire and Jonathan's artwork here.
A majestic ghost gum stands alone at sunset, 40km west of Alice Springs.
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The 2014 AG Society Adventurer of the Year, Jason Beachcroft, achieved kayaking glory, paddling 18,000km around Australia, including Tasmania, in 533 days.
If you’re looking for a trek that takes in stunning mountain scenery, as well as lakes, rivers, waterfalls, dense forest and coastline – without the hard slog – then New Zealand's Hollyford Track should be on your list.
Purpose built on hard-won foundations, a new multiday walk in south-eastern Tasmania is intended to be a coastal version of the beloved Overland Track – and then some.
A weekend hike in Barrington Tops National Park that will take you from subtropical to subalpine, just a short drive from Sydney.
Penguin Island is a pristine discovery destination teeming with wildlife, just off of Rockingham in Western Australia.
Mental strength is key to staying on top when the adventure gets rough.
Warrabah National Park is one of the country’s smallest, but it packs plenty into its diminutive dimensions. Just six hours north of Sydney, it makes for a great long-weekend road trip.
The North Face is celebrating the launch of its rebooted, pared-back Summit Series collection in Australia and NZ by giving away an epic alpine adventure experience on 14 April.
You can’t always light a fire when you go camping, so you’ll need an alternative source of heat when it’s time to cook a meal. Find out what type of camp stove best suits your needs.
Want an outdoor family getaway but want to keep everyone comfortable and dry? A camper trailer could be the solution.
Huge bears, poisonous gas and plagues of hungry mosquitoes were all part of the journey for the group of explorers who won the 2009 The North Face/AG Outdoor Adventure Grant. Check out the Nov/Dec issue for the full story.
Reaching the Cascade Saddle is said to be a highlight of a trek along the Rees-Dart Track in New Zealand’s Southern Alps… but is getting there a trek too far?
This rainforest area is just a short distance from the heart of the Gold Coast
See spring wildflowers and swim with sea lions on a visit to this relaxed town on the Coral Coast.
Canoe through Glenelg Gorge, hike through native bush and explore a limestone cave