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Alien oceans: what lies beneath
New technology reveals that digging echidnas play a crucial role in Australia's ecosystems.
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.
This week's reader photo looking down an overflow creek of the Umberumberka Reservoir in Silverton was inspired by classical historic artworks depicting the Australian outback.
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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.
What does it take to trust your life in your own knot-tying ability, 100m high? Six days, one guide and a whole lot of courage.
The Murray River region surprises with its abundance of outdoor activities and birdwatching.
Lighten your load when you hit the road. We give you the tips and tricks to keeping the camping weight down.
Experience adventure and culture on Australia's northern tip
A family tent needs to be so many things - tough, roomy, light, easy to erect. Will this big bopper from Black Wolf measure up?
This do-it-all backpack gets the thumbs up from AG Outdoor ed, Justin Walker.
When bad weather means hitting the road isn't possible, a stationary trainer is a great training tool.
This trek epitomises the Red Centre and offers a great display of the variety of flora, fauna and geography on offer in Australia’s heart
The North Face Adventure Grant 2015 Expedition
Both rainforest and reef can be found in tropical north Queensland
It may be accessible only by 4WD, but this slice of paradise is worth the effort
North of Adelaide, the Flinders Ranges boast 4WD, mountain bike trails and bushwalks