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Lost portraits of WWI soldiers
Historic images of the Overland Track
The little-known island of Keswick, part of the South Cumberland Islands off the coast of Mackay are home to a population of honey bees free from major disease
Stationed at the town of Albany, WA, in November 1914, soldiers turned to the girl on Breaksea Island to send their messages home
A sugar glider peeks out from behind a tree in Crater Lake National Park, Queensland
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