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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.
A Lesueur’s tree frog takes refuge in a palm frond.
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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.
Husband and wife team Fritz and Jillian explore Indonesia's best kept secret.
In preparing for his world first paddle by kayak to New Zealand, James Castrission visited Papua New Guinea - the land of a thousand tribes and cultures.
High as a kite takes on a new meaning when you have a board strapped to your feet.
Jon Durand has smashed two hang gliding world records.
The Leki Summit AS walking poles are robust and easy to use
A hi-tech, Swiss-designed watch is just the ticket for a timepiece capable of withstanding extreme conditions.
Civilian GPS receivers have come a long way since they made their debut in the early 1990s, and they make navigating easier than ever.
It’s the last real frontier of 4WD adventure in Australia, perhaps in the world. It takes hardcore travellers to the northernmost tip of our continent through croc-infested creeks and via vehicle-swallowing waterholes.
Mount Buller has grown to become Australia’s premier mountain-biking destination… and it’s officially epic!
From water sports to walking, biking and horse riding through tall forests, the Great Otway National Park is an adventure playground
A spectacular national park in the Top End of the Northern Territory – made famous by Katherine Gorge
Only a short drive from Sydney, the Blue Mountains provide spectacular scenery and a variety of activities are available for everyone.