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The Kaarakin Black Cockatoo Centre is entirely focused on rehabilitating and releasing WA's imperiled black cockatoos.
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Photographer Cameron Hines was at the right place at the right time to capture these two water dragons battling it out at Warriewood Wetlands on Sydney’s Northern Beaches.
Victoria's Gippsland is a wild frontier. From its alpine peaks to its pristine beaches, it's a spectacular spot.
On a remote Arctic glacier, scientists and an Aussie adventurer team up to study the melting ice.
If it wasn't for one photographer, the full story of Australia's German prisoners would've never come to light.
Winners of the Australian Professional Photographer of the Year awards for 2011 have been announced.
The emphasis is on fun as these novices confront watery demons and learn skills that could one day save a life.
Award-winning photographer Paul Hoelen has three passions: making images, getting outside, and helping others.
An AG-sponsored trip has discovered new corals and a pygmy seahorse at previously unrecorded depths.
Numbers of female photographers are growing, and their unique perspectives are adding much to the field.
A new reserve managed by traditional owners will one day protect 26,000 sq. km of Kimberley wilderness.