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Historic images of the Overland Track
Lost portraits of WWI soldiers
This aerial shot of Hardy Reef on the Queensland coast is sure to leave you seeing blue
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The transparent wings of the pellucid hawk moth reflect most light, making them harder to see
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Lecture: Pictorial tour of historic Antarctica
The impressive annual precipitation of 9m makes diving at Milford Sound a unique experience.
Securing habitats for the brush-tailed rock-wallaby is a top priority
Go back in time for a visual history of Shackleton's fateful Antarctic expedition
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The anemone fish, one of the most popular aquarium fishes, is to be subjected to psychological analysis
AGS-sponsored group Adventure for Change set out to document and publicise Greenland's changing environment.
A Perth ornithologist returns a rare square-tailed kite chick to its nest.
Celebrating the best of Australian endeavour with the Spirit of Adventure Awards. Here are the past winners.
Past winners of the Australian Geographic Society Adventure Awards.
From unsung local heroes to renowned go-getters, tell us who you think should win the 2014 conservation awards.