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The low-down on common bluebottles
Australia's best meteorite craters
Do echidnas exist because a platypus once deserted the water and evolved spines? Many experts think so.
Some fresh takes on our favourite Aussie symbols.
Catching the sunset before the rains
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The number of reptile species known from Australia continues rising, with no end in sight.
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Rock climbing legend Paul Pritchard is touring Australia talking about his incredible journey in a series of speaking events called 'Beyond Doing It Scared'.
A week without wi-fi and telly might sound like a challenge for some families, but with so much to see and do, Lord Howe Island makes it easy.
New Zealand’s South Island is one of the world’s premier adventure destinations. Whether you are an avid hiker, paddler, mountain biker or climber, the South Island will answer your outdoor dreams. And it’s only a short flight from Oz!
The key to successful bikepacking is to carry the right gear while keeping weight to a minimum. Here’s an example of the ideal set-up.
Preview of The North Face's new lightweight daypack – read the full review in our next issue.
Trust your gut: a water purifier could be the most important piece of gear you pack.
This versatile pack is lightweight and adjustable with a detachable daypack.
To celebrate the release of the new Osprey Aether AG / Ariel AG series
in Australia, Osprey is offering an AG Outdoor reader an all expenses-paid trip for two on the iconic Walls of Jerusalem Circuit in Tasmania, valued at over $6000.
Looking for a fast and fun weekend over the summer holidays? AG Outdoor reveals four of its favourite escapes perfectly suited to adventure families.
The gateway to East Arnhem Land, Nhulunbuy (also referred to as Gove), boasts fantastic fishing, sailing, bird watching and four-wheel driving.
Take a hike, grab a bike and get airborne in this tropical oasis nestled in the fertile plateau of the Atherton Tableland.