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Tasmania's top 10 ghost towns
Alien oceans: what lies beneath
ASIDE FROM THE blue whale, which is thought to be the largest animal that has ever lived, many of today’s creatures are mere pygmies compared with what came before them in Earth’s prehistoric past. Australia’s first human inhabitants would have come face to face with some, such as Diprotodon, Megalania and Thylacoleo.
The fondly remembered and frequently spoken of, from Number 96 to Summer Bay.
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At this year's Sydney Mardi Gras the state, media and police apologised to the the LGTBI community for their part in the first event in 1978.
Send a sea lion some love
Nominations for 2016 AG Awards open
Mountain biking nirvana lies about four hours from Sydney. Tim Robson rides the Great Lake Trail around Taupo – and is already figuring out when to return.
Think Tropical North Queensland and invariably diving the Great Barrier Reef comes to mind, but head to the hills and you’ll soon see that this area has so much more adventure on offer.
A beautifully created deck of cards featuring images from the Australian Geographic image library
Don’t be a galah or get into a barney over the meaning of a word or saying, instead take a gander at this! We’ve got the language of Oz covered in this dinkum collection of Aussie slang, from ‘act the goat’ to ‘grab some zeds’
This versatile and lightweight backpack can be used for many purposes from bush walking to an overnight stay or as your daily travel bag for work.
This stylish and versatile two piece travel set is perfect for an overnight stay or weekend getaway.
Made of a lightweight and durable fabric, this stylish, slimline trolley case is perfect for leisure or business travel.
This Australian Geographic navy umbrella features a map of Australia design on the inside, elegant wooden handle and our logo on the outside. The logo changes colour from white to red when wet – making this a truly unique gift. With a large 58cm diameter when open it will be great for keeping you dry on those rainy days.
Modern design meets state-of-the-art digital cartography in this beautifully finished globe which detail countries, borders, capitals and major cities. Simple, inclination mounting on chrome plated axis make the globes easy to view.
Modern design meets state-of-the-art digital cartography in this beautifully finished globe which detail countries, borders, capitals and major cities. Simple, inclination mounting on chrome plated axis make the globe easy to view.
Accurately plan your activities without fear of the weather. This portable weather station gives information about all aspects of the weather – current conditions as well as upcoming conditions.
A handy two-in-one gift that's great for picnics, sporting events, camping, school carnivals, gardening and the beach. Perfect for keeping food and drinks cool.
The Clock and Compass set makes a perfect accessory for an office desk, or functional and elegant adornment for a book shelf. The case is sculpted from genuine plantation hardwood, and is sanded, stained and finished with lacquer for a pine grade finish.