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Tasmania's top 10 ghost towns
Alien oceans: what lies beneath
In 1882, a three-year-old palace at Sydney’s Royal Botanic Garden was destroyed by fire – and with it, thousands of Indigenous artefacts. The new barrangal dyara (skin and bones) installation is a reminder of what was lost.
Read more about the Garden Palace fire and Jonathan's artwork here.
A majestic ghost gum stands alone at sunset, 40km west of Alice Springs.
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They're aggressive, have been seen crossing paddocks, found in remote puddles and can handle water saltier than the sea.
Nurture the night parrot
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The 2014 AG Society Adventurer of the Year, Jason Beachcroft, achieved kayaking glory, paddling 18,000km around Australia, including Tasmania, in 533 days.
If you’re looking for a trek that takes in stunning mountain scenery, as well as lakes, rivers, waterfalls, dense forest and coastline – without the hard slog – then New Zealand's Hollyford Track should be on your list.
The extravagant feathers and exuberant displays of birds of paradise are all in the name of love.