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Follow the heady scent of nutmeg and cloves north of Australia and west of New Guinea to explore the exotic Maluku Islands of Indonesia.
Seven-hundred kilometres off the coast of Port Macquarie, New South Wales, lies a little oasis of sandy white beaches, subtropical forests and crystal clear waters. Welcome to paradise, also known as Lord Howe Island.
Have you ever wanted to make a real contribution to conservation and science? Well, this is your chance!
The Arctic Ocean is home to a number of uniquely beautiful destinations, but there are two stand-outs: Jan Mayen and Svalbard, two of the closest islands to the North Pole, rarely visited and a challenge to conquer for a willing adventurer.
Australian Geographic Editor-in-Chief travels to the Northern Territory to experience the very best of the Top End.
Dramatic gorges, forested valleys and a rich pastoral history shape this spectacular four-day, hut-to-hut walk in Oxley Wild Rivers National Park.
Kangaroo Valley, in the Shoalhaven region of New South Wales, is a stunning getaway within easy reach of Sydney and Canberra.
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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.