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The low-down on common bluebottles
Australia's best meteorite craters
Thrill seeker Valentin Rapp has walked between some of Tasmania's greatest natural monuments by rigging up a highline. Not for the faint of heart, the extreme sport of highlining involves traversing a rope suspended high above the ground. See more of his adventurers here.
Transported to a distant land for crimes of poverty, Australia’s female convicts were charged with the task to tame and have children with convict men.
A snoozing saltie and his little buddy
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It might not look like much, but that enigmatic grimace belongs to one of the rarest and most elusive species in the country — the maugean skate.
Help save the grassland earless dragon
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The Australian Geographic Society needs your help to fund projects in conservation and adventure.
The AG Society is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to supporting adventure, science and the community.
Each calendar year the Australian Geographic Society donates generously to scientific, conservation and adventure projects.
AG Society sponsored adventurer has completed his challenge in just 20 days
An AGS-sponsored project is radio tracking Tassie platypuses to help them better understand a worrisome fungal disease
Severe weather and punishing seas have forced AGS adventurer Huw Kingston to alter the route of his Mediterranean circumnavigation.
Submit your nominations for the prestigious 2018 AG Society Awards
Recognising greatness since 1987, the Australian Geographic Society Awards celebrate the best of Australian endeavour in adventure and conservation.
Everything you need to know about nominating someone for an AG Society award.