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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.
A colourful sunset over Busselton Jetty
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When a tip-off leads to a stunning pic of a rare bird.
A surprise visitor and an early morning train journey.
Waiting patiently on the back step by his master's boots.
This week's reader photo looking down an overflow creek of the Umberumberka Reservoir in Silverton was inspired by classical historic artworks depicting the Australian outback.
The beginning of a chrysalis for one of Australia’s largest butterflies.
A mother taxi and her tiny secret.
Snow-covered silence among the trees on Sugar Pine Walk, Laurel Hill, New South Wales.
A curious echidna checks out a smorgasbord of ants in central Victoria.
A tiny, but thirsty, pollen beetle in the Botanic Gardens, Adelaide.
One of the largest birds in Australia takes off in Stonehenge.
A red-eyed tree frog finds the perfect spot to rest after a rainstorm.