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From extinct to 13,000 hatchlings
Aussie lingo: togs or swimmers?
An iconic vehicle of the Aussie outback, the utility vehicle – or ‘ute’ – represents one of the most popular vehicle choices in Australia, and today is as likely to be spotted in the ‘burbs as the bush.
There are many views in the world that can’t be captured with a single shot, so the trick is to pan around the scene and stitch the images together in a program like Lightroom or Photoshop. Peter Eastway explains how to get it right.
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The world was taken over by an Australian plant long before our eucalypts and wattles were grown abroad, says Tim Low.
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An Evening on Everest
Forging towards Annapurna massif in spring starts off nice and warm for AG Outdoor photographer Watto, but as often happens in the Himalaya, the weather makes a sudden, cool change. But the reward is easily worth the effort.
The NSW north coast city of Coffs Harbour and its surrounds would have to be one of Australia’s best outdoor road trip destinations.
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The insatiable quest for discovery has led explorer Earl de Blonville into the world of words.
This trek epitomises the Red Centre and offers a great display of the variety of flora, fauna and geography on offer in Australia’s heart
From the shop to the shoreline, this complete guide to finding the right paddle craft and gear has got you covered. It’s time to hit the water
Get an adventure's-eye view of the fun to be had in the Blue Mountains
A great choice for stability at a good price, opt for the Trangia stove
When bad weather means hitting the road isn't possible, a stationary trainer is a great training tool.
This do-it-all backpack gets the thumbs up from AG Outdoor ed, Justin Walker.
See this classic country without the crowds
Imagine riding Vancouver's North Shore with Rocky Mountain Bicycles' Wade Simmons and ex-Olympian rider Andreas Hestler. Talk about feeling out of your depth.
A few hours’ train ride from Sydney and you could be gazing into a 500m deep valley, strolling through the oldest conservation forest in Australia or riding sweet MTB traiils.
On a short drive from the CBD, D'Aguilar National Park is easily accessible and is a lovely weekend escape.
Discover ancient natural wonders, explore limestone caves lit by glow-worms and go black-water rafting on underground rivers