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Thrill seeker Valentin Rapp has walked between some of Tasmania's greatest natural monuments by rigging up a highline. Not for the faint of heart, the extreme sport of highlining involves traversing a rope suspended high above the ground. See more of his adventurers here.
Transported to a distant land for crimes of poverty, Australia’s female convicts were charged with the task to tame and have children with convict men.
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It might not look like much, but that enigmatic grimace belongs to one of the rarest and most elusive species in the country — the maugean skate.
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Sydney's flamboyant festival is the largest celebration of the Lunar New Year outside of Asia.
From 1860, 20,000 camels and their handlers from Afghanistan and Pakistan were shipped to Australia.
A new study is attempting to bring one platypus population back on the radar.
Your guide to the sweetest, wildest, highest, hottest and most breathtaking camping destinations across the country.
Donald Mackay was on a mission: to venture into Australia’s unknown central desert and accurately map what he saw from the air.
Scientists hope the expedition will strengthen their knowledge of whale behaviour.
When Aussie skies are on the move, our readers are there to capture the scenery.
A dazzling NT walking track reveals the grandeur and ancient culture of Nitmiluk National Park.
Papua New Guinea’s volatile volcanoes have rocked its people for centuries – but the resilient spirit of these islanders continues to rise above the cloaking ash.