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The Natural History Museum has officially announced Brent Stirton as this year's Wildlife Photographer of the Year for his stunning image of a de-horned black rhino in South Africa. Amongst the winners and finalists were five Australian wildlife photographers, including Justin Gilligan, the AG Wildlife Photographer of the Year, and Chris Bray and Gerry Pearce, long-time AG contributors.
The Australian Museum has officially opened its new permanent exhibition, 200 treasures of the Australian Museum, in partnership with Westpac. The exhibition— staged in the Long Gallery, Australia's oldest museum gallery— now holds some of the country's most precious items. These are some of the highlights.
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This breathtaking region of shady forests and plunging waterfalls contains 13 of Earth’s 19 families of primitive flowering plants. 500mm x 680mm
This north-western slice of WA is fringed by sparkling, sapphire ocean and vivid coral reefs. 500mm x 680mm
Nitmiluk (Katherine Gorge) NP, neighbour of Kakadu, cradles a spectacular system of 13 gorges. 500mm x 680mm when open.
Kakadu National Park and Arnhem Land are a mosaic of seasonal wetlands, tropical woodlands and stunning rocky escarpments. 500mm x 680mm
The nation’s largest area on the National Heritage register, the Alps is home to unique plants and animals. 680mm x 500mm
Home to the sturdy traditions of the Adnyamathanha people, the Flinders Ranges is a geological wonder and beautiful desert frontier. 500mm x 680mm
Includes the wild rivers of the Barrington Tops to the spectacular Tweed caldera, the Gondwana Rainforests. 500mm x 680mm
Covers the areas of Margaret River, Prevelly, Bunbury, Cape Leeuwin, Cape Naturaliste, Busselton, Hamelin Bay, Yallingup, Augusta and Cowaramup. 500mm x 680mm
The map covers the areas of Thursday Island, Friday Island, Horn Island and Erub Island. 500mm x 680mm.
Australia’s entire World heritage-listed areas (double sided). 500mm x 680mm
Full-colour wall map of the world, updated in 2011. 1000mm x 680mm.
A beautifully detailed wall map with 100+ facts about Australia. 1040mm x 870mm