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The low-down on common bluebottles
Australia's best meteorite craters
These images of Hutt and Big Lagoon in Western Australia by aerial photographer Anthony Ponzo were captured from privately chartered planes: no drones.
"Oi, get off your backside and help me out you bludger!"
Slow and steady wins the shot!
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As the only large species of macropod in the world that lives entirely in the tropics, the antilopine wallaroo is a unique creature with some truly bizarre behaviours
Help save the grassland earless dragon
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In March 2019 the AG Society will partner with Aurora Expeditions for a special voyage to South Georgia and the Antarctic.
Join APT and Australian Geographic on an exciting voyage along the Kimberley coast from Broome to Darwin.
Come with the Australian Geographic Society to the South Pacific in 2018.
Loved by anglers and white water rafters, the Mitta Mitta River wends from its headwaters in Victoria's High Country down to join the Murray River through magnificent native forest and a lush farming valley.
For railway enthusiasts there are additional joys that come with travelling a route that's been wending its way along the same path for many decades.
Boodjamulla National Park, in north-western Queensland, has a vibrant present and past that stretches back into deep time.
Covering 4352km and four days, across Australia's arid inland, the Indian Pacific is one of the world's most celebrated train journeys.