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The low-down on common bluebottles
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Australia Geographic Editor-in-Chief Chrissie Goldrick meets Sylvia Earle at Mexico’s Cabo Pulmo National Marine Park, and gets her thoughts on the Great Barrier Reef.
The Hougoumont, the last ship to take convicts from the UK to Australia, docked in Fremantle, Western Australia, on January 9, 1868 – 150 years ago. It brought an end to a process which deposited about 168,000 convicted prisoners in Australia after it began in 1788.
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If you've ever wondered about the first generation Pokémon equivalent of a particular Australian animal, look no further.
Age has not wearied Australia’s premier 4WD track, the Canning Stock Route.
Even with its long empty beaches, glistening turquoise waters and world-renowned wildlife, WA's Ningaloo Reef remained a closely guarded secret. Now, it faces an uncertain future...
In the middle of Australia’s massive minerals boom, what’s life like in an outback mining town?
Poet Henry Lawson said that to know Bourke is to know Australia. The outback town remains a barometer of Aussie life.
The exquisite Gouldian finch is one of the world’s most prized caged birds.They once gathered together in the many hundreds but now the biggest flocks, found in the NT and the Kimberley, number little more than a few hundred.
New ways to enjoy the Flinders Ranges' ancient grandeur.
Outback Queensland’s bone-dry grazing country is giving up its 100 million-year-old secrets to a mob of dyed-in-the-wool farmers.
Music to your ears or a midsummer cacophony, the cicada’s song is inevitably short lived.
The AG Society’s ninth scientific expedition fused learned expertise and volunteer zeal to reveal knowledge long-buried in the arid environs of the northern Simpson Desert.