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Lost portraits of WWI soldiers
Historic images of the Overland Track
Roughly 200km north of Melbourne, the Barmah-Millewa Forest forms the largest stand of river red gums in the world.
Stationed at the town of Albany, WA, in November 1914, soldiers turned to the girl on Breaksea Island to send their messages home
A rare light show colours the sky over Cradle Mountain, Tasmania
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Eleven classic planes, countless classic views – an extraordinary safari through Australia’s outback skies.
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