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Lost portraits of WWI soldiers
Historic images of the Overland Track
Australia's laureates have been illustrious, ranging from the man recognised for discovering that the universe is rapidly expanding to another lauded for drinking a bacteria cocktail. As far back as 1915 we laid claim to one of the youngest ever Nobel Laureates, 25-year-old Lawrence Bragg. So far Australia has played a part in producing 15 Nobel Prize winners, all brilliant and, often, unexpected.
Stationed at the town of Albany, WA, in November 1914, soldiers turned to the girl on Breaksea Island to send their messages home
A green ant explores the word from a new angle
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Four female paddlers take on the wild Amur River, one of the last truly free-flowing waterways left on the planet.
This 78km section of New Zealand’s South Island Alps 2 Ocean cycle trail is simply exceptional
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Climber Will Gadd has scaled the frozen edge of the world's largest waterfalls
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An excellently constructed trail-running shoe
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Dive headfirst into New Caledonia, where a French paradise awaits water-lovers just two hours off Australia's east coast.
The Remote River Man investigates an unknown waterway in the farthest reaches of the Kimberley in Western Australia.
Experience night and day in a national park where Australia’s first successful conservation battle was fought.
It may be accessible only by 4WD, but this slice of paradise is worth the effort
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