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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
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A detailed map highlighting history land exploration in Australia
A detailed map of Australia's largest state by land mass from AG#120
From Jabiru to Kakadu, Litchfield to Uluru, these are just some of the places to visit in the Northern Territory.
This map, from Australian Geographic #125, 2015, details the best locations and attractions the state has to offer.
This map of the Northern Territory, from AG #57 (Jan-Mar 2000) gives a detailed view of the whole state.
This detailed map of Victoria also includes the main roads of southern New South Wales as well as the ACT> From the Apr-Jun 1999 issue of Australian Geographic.
From the Jul-Sep 1999 issue of Australian Geographic, this map of NSW details the state's road systems.
This Red Centre map, from the Jan-Mar 2002 (#65) edition of Australian Geographic details the areas from north of Alice Springs, down to the border of SA.
Swathed in wildflowers and skirted by a spectacular coastline, south-west WA is a naturalist's paradise. See the detail of major roads, and key attractions to visit onthis map from AG70 (Apr-Jun 2003).
This map of Tasmania's south-west World Heritage Areas, from #72 of Australian Geographic (Oct-Dec 2003).