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The low-down on common bluebottles
Australia's best meteorite craters
This broadnose sevengill shark couldn't have washed ashore at a more appropriate location, and will now be used to assist with research and conservation.
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.
Most of the world’s largest gold nuggets have come from Australia. Here are some of the biggest and most famous examples.
Huddled in the unforgiving Bass Strait is a remote cluster of islands with fewer than 900 residents. The Furneaux Group is a quiet place of ancient rituals, stunning scenery and a violent history. All photos by Cameron Cope.
Read more about life on the islands and The Furneaux Group's history in Sandy Guy's feature in AG#135, out now.
Emily Hanna, who won an Australian Institute of Professional Photography award for her documentary photography on the Maningrida indigenous community.
Photographer Randy Larcombe discovered a hidden world frozen in time beneath the streets of Adelaide
Ninety years ago, a valuable international contract called for some inventiveness, and even a little coercion, on the part of the Australian Museum.
Canberra’s centenary is an opportunity to re-establish what's important about Australia's identity, says Robyn Archer.
From Cornstalks to Banana-benders, Aussies even have lingo for each other.
We reflect on the dastardly deeds and larger-than-life legacies of Australia's infamous bushrangers
A picture really is worth a thousand words when it’s underpinned by rigorous research and crafted with skill.
The science behind a thorough church service.