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Want the complete walking package in just one day? Then be prepared and start early for great touring in Wilsons Promontory, some of Victoria’s most scenic hiking
Scott's 1911 expedition to Antarctica is one of the greatest, and most tragic, polar expeditions of all time
ANZANG Photographer of the Year finalist, Angela Robertson-Buchanan is showcasing her exhibition ‘Feathered Heads,’ as part of National Bird Week at X88 Gallery in Chippendale, open from 17-25 October, 2014. Feathered Heads features close-up portraits of a range of different native Australian birds and 20 per cent of sales raised will be donated back to Birdlife Australia to help with conservation efforts.
Photographer Darren Clark took on a 12-year project to document outback Australian archetypes, which culminated in his recently released book, Drover.
Randy Larcombe’s photos reveal a hidden, humming world underneath Adelaide's beating city heart.
Australian Geographic is pleased to announce the winners of the 2014 ANZANG photography contest
Mount Ontake volcano, Japan's second highest peak and a popular hiking spot, suddenly erupted in 27 September 2014, catching off-guard more than 200 hikers, and killing more than 30
Christina Armstrong unearthed some old slides from her Dad's trip to the Overland Track in 1957. These are some of the digitised images
The Epson International Pano Awards is the largest competition for panoramic photography. Here are some of the stand-out finalists and winners from the 2014 contest.
Australian Geographic photographers Nick Rains and Joshua Holko have been named among the top photographers of 2014 in the Canon AIPP Australian Professional Photographer of the Year awards.