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Scientists have long believed that our distant cousins are an ancient group of armoured fish called placoderms. But a new study is casting doubt on that view.
Emerging from the world's oldest living culture, contemporary Aboriginal art has taken to the global stage to tell tales of ancient landscapes and storylines.
Purple Swamphen chicks play by a small lake in south Perth.
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This is what happens when you're a teen taking on the Duke of Edinburgh's Bronze Award and your uncle is the editor of AG Outdoor.
Whether you want to spot migratory whales, hike the magnificent coastline, photograph fur seals, snorkel new waters or have some time out for yourself, a lighthouse stay on NSW’s Far South Coast offers a unique experience that will draw you into a bygone time.
An expedition by helicopter to an isolated mountain plateau on the Cape York Peninsula resulted in the discovery of a whole new ecosystem.
Why settle for one mode of transport through Tasmania's east coast when you can have three? Cycle down terrifyingly steep passes, kayak in pristine Freycinet National Park and hike on the old island jail of Maria.
Kayaking down the Katherine is a splendid way to take in the sights of Australia's Top End.
The North Face Adventure Grant 2015 Expedition
Think Tropical North Queensland and invariably diving the Great Barrier Reef comes to mind, but head to the hills and you’ll soon see that this area has so much more adventure on offer.
The Briars Highland Fling is a mountain bike marathon with a relaxed reputation. Tim Robson gives a run-down on the 2012 event.
The Track is a ferocious 500km-plus foot race from the outskirts of Alice Springs to Uluru claiming to be the toughest trail run in the world.
When the only sound you hear is the dip of your paddle in the ocean and the exhalation of a whale's breath, you know you're somewhere special
There's a reason Nepal is a trekking Mecca - it's hard to beat those stunning mountains.
One of North America’s best treks, the Teton Crest Trail is a gruelling series of switchbacks through Wyoming’s alpine wilderness, where the biggest hazard is neither bears nor moose, but fatigue.