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What did Isaac Newton, Captain Cook and Eddie Mabo all have in common? Each, in their own way, looked to the heavens to make sense of the world, and the importance of their place in it.
Waiting patiently on the back step by his master's boots.
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Twenty-tonne Savannasaurus from western Queensland brings the number of named Australian sauropods to five.
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From family camping to multi-day hikes and mountain bike rides, Australia's smallest mainland state has something for all types of adventurers.
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.
On assignment to cover several of the best ski fields in the USA, AGO’s James McCormack starts with the best of ’em and stays there for the duration – Jackson Hole.
Gippsland, in south-east Victoria, is home to the stunning Wilderness Coast Walk in the Croajingalong National Park.
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Find out how many summer alpine activities you can pack into two days.
This high-tech outer shell jacket from The North Face is made from just one piece of material.
Mike Ellott tried out Garmin's smallest GPS bike computer yet.
AG Outdoor's ed has been using this kayak holder on and off over the summer – and so far, so good.
With a week to kill in southern Quebec, AGO photo-journo Mark Watson attempted to squeeze in as many micro-adventures as he could.
Mountain biking nirvana lies about four hours from Sydney. Tim Robson rides the Great Lake Trail around Taupo – and is already figuring out when to return.
Hike through bushland, get close to wildlife, learn about heritage or join special day/night tours
A weekend on the Gold Coast might conjure thoughts of glitzy beaches and touristy theme parks, but there’s plenty to embrace as a nature-lover as well.
Escape the rat race and wake up to the crashing sound of waves and
sweet smell of the ocean from your beachfront accommodation