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Hundreds of languages were once spoken in Australia. Many have slipped from use, but an incredible revival is now awakening sleeping tongues across the nation.
One-way scenic drive through the Karri forest in Warren National Park, Western Australia.
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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.
Kakadu National Park is one of Australia’s largest national parks, and arguably its most famous. This park, around three hours east of Darwin, is a fantastic destination for a family road trip adventure.
Weather dominates one of New Zealand’s longest treks, but sometimes the landscape makes you forget the wet.
The Kepler Track has a relative short history but this well maintained trail can rightly claim to be an iconic destination for walkers.
Thought your trekking days were over once you had kids? Find out how to get back out there with these tips from trekker Chris Ord!
The North Face Adventure Grant 2015 Expedition
This high-tech outer shell jacket from The North Face is made from just one piece of material.
A great choice for stability at a good price, opt for the Trangia stove
Garmin's updated fēnix model upped the ante on the already popular all-round outdoor watch
The best way to take in three European countries is on foot – and the Tour du Mont Blanc offers a historic walk with plenty of punch.
One of North America’s best treks, the Teton Crest Trail is a gruelling series of switchbacks through Wyoming’s alpine wilderness, where the biggest hazard is neither bears nor moose, but fatigue.
Enjoy sublime surf breaks, lakeside fishing, and wildlife in perfect isolation.
A remote settlement on the banks of a primitive river allows you to unlock the secrets of Tasmania’s wild west coast and explore the heart of the Tarkine rainforest
With 144 islands, the Bay of Islands is a fantastic destination for divers, kayakers and nature lovers.