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The heart of trekking, climbing, paddling and all things adventure.
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We went north to the Tiwi Islands to discover how a tiny community has produced so many Aussie football greats.
Outback Queensland grazier and self-taught natural historian Angus Emmott has discovered several species, with even a few named after him.
On the hunt for pygmy seahorses, biologist Richard Smith captured the precious diversity of underwater Japan.
A decade ago Australian Geographic spoke to Jimmy Little, an icon of 1960s Aussie pop culture.
These finalist 2013 ANZANG images capture unique insight into the lives of animals.
Meet Max Sainsbury, Australia's longest serving surf lifesaver.
Two innovative adventurers are returning to Victoria Island in the Arctic to finish what they started.
Without the luxury of fluffy pillows and a warm bed, animals retreat to the land of Nod in some extraordinary ways.
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