Australian Geographic Adventure
Check out these three outdoor escapes in Tasmania. From hiking through ancient wilderness, traversing rugged peaks, camping high in the mountains and paddling one of the world’s best white-water rivers, there’s an adventure for everyone. Start planning!
Underwater photographer Jordan Robins shares his love of the Shoalhaven through these breathtaking images.
AG’s editor-in-chief joined some of our adventurous readers on a
journey of discovery to our nearest neighbour, Papua New Guinea
New South Wales
If you’re itching for some twitching, there’s no better place than Outback NSW.
Any trip to outback NSW should include a night of spectacular stargazing.
History & Culture
Travel into the heart of outback NSW to discover a rich world of Indigenous and natural art.
The tough characters and vast, dry landscapes of outback New South Wales make for a true blue Aussie adventure, so don your akubra, pack your car and hit the long, dusty road.
More than just a mountain-biking challenge, the Blue Derby Trails are proving to also be an unlikely saviour for a Tassie town in economic decline.
Glimpse the rich Aboriginal history of the mighty Snowy River as you kayak through the rugged landscapes of
the remote Byadbo Wilderness.
The landscapes on this highland walk in Queensland range from vibrant rainforest to dry eucalypts, with plenty of wildlife.