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Tasmania's top 10 ghost towns
Alien oceans: what lies beneath
Ninety years ago, a valuable international contract called for some inventiveness, and even a little coercion, on the part of the Australian Museum.
A tiny, but thirsty, pollen beetle in the Botanic Gardens, Adelaide.
Submit your photos for consideration for Image of the Week.
Submit your best short videos of Australian nature, wildlife, people and places
Watch the full 10-part documentary series
Dr Karl looks at how the Foundation's portable and cheap ophthalmoscope is helping save lives and prevent avoidable blindness across the developing world.
Nurture the night parrot
Book your 2016 Awards tickets
You don’t have to travel to far-flung places to paddle something new. As the winners of the 2015 The North Face Adventure Grant found, sometimes you can find virgin waterways in your own backyard.
If you want to mix adventure, excitement and cultural learning in a pristine tropical paradise, the Cook Islands are for you.
Celebrate polar heroes of old on this Society-supported voyage.
Join Mike Cusack on the Kimberley coast in 2017!
In April 2017 the AG Society will partner with Bill Peach Journeys for a special adventure by small aircraft to some of Australia’s most remote Aboriginal communities and spectacular rock-art locations.
In an exciting first, the AG Society joins with APT to create
an East Indies voyage specially designed for our members.
In March 2017 the AG Society will partner with Aurora Expeditions for a special voyage to South Georgia and the Antarctic.
Come with the Australian Geographic Society to the South Pacific in 2017.
Join us in remote Mongolia to hunt for dinosaurs on this 2016 AGS Scientific Expedition!
Join us for this Australian Geographic Society Scientific Expedition in August 2017.
Discover the ancient nomadic cultures of western Mongolia on this unique journey with Tim Cope
Visit Kangaroo Island, Tasmania, Kenya and more with AG Society councillor and photographer Chris Bray.