Australia’s environmental battles weren’t always fought among the trees or down the river. A lot of cases went all the way to the High Court of Australia.
History & Culture
We spoke to the principal solicitor of the Environmental Defenders Office NSW about what it’s like being an environmental lawyer in Australia in 2018.
palawa kani is based on surviving spoken and written remnants of the island’s original languages.
The native desert pea is becoming a symbol of mourning for Aboriginal Australians. And now, one florist is seeking to have it recognised alongside the Flanders poppy on Anzac Day.
Marcia Langton’s new book Welcome to Country is an authoritative guide on how to travel Indigenous Australia thoughtfully and respectfully.
Transported to a distant land for crimes of poverty, Australia’s female convicts were charged with the task to tame and have children with convict men.
They decorated your classrooms, your bedrooms and even the back of your toilet door. Australian Geographic posters have, since the magazines inception, played an important part in informing our readership about the incredible flora and fauna, landscapes and history of Australia. Here are some of our favourites from over the years.
Belanglo, a new exhibition being held at aMBUSH Gallery on Thursday, will explore the controversial history of Belanglo State Forest, the site of Australia’s notorious backpacker murders.