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The low-down on common bluebottles
Australia's best meteorite craters
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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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.
17 days digging for dinosaurs in Argentina with the Australian Geographic editor.
Join renowned Australian photographer Ken Duncan on a six-night photo safari in the Red Centre.
In an exciting first, the AG Society joins with APT to create
an East Indies voyage specially designed for our members.
Four hundred years ago a Dutch explorer made landfall on WA’s remote coastline at Dirk Hartog Island. Alongside this year’s commemorative events, a unique ecological project aims to restore the state’s biggest isle to the wilderness it was in 1616.
Its mantle of fame spread by Charles Darwin and his generations of scientific followers, the Galápagos archipelago is a fascinating place to visit, with plenty that’s surprising.
An east-coast gem, the Three Capes Track gives walkers access to Tasmania’s highest sea cliffs and some of its most arresting views.
We spoke to five talented Tasmanian wilderness photographers sharing their remote paradise with the rest of the world on Instagram.