Australian Geographic photojournalist Justin Gilligan was sent on assignment to explore the bizarre and wonderful world of jellyfish.
Science & Environment
Join APT and Australian Geographic on an exciting voyage along the Kimberley coast from Broome to Darwin.
The morning light reflects off a tidal pool in Bermagui, New South Wales.
In Port Stephens, New South Wales, a shipwreck slowly dissolves into the waves and fades from memory
Three surfers under the endless sky, making plans and chasing dreams!
Our island continent has some spectacular coastal scenery.
Australia is renowned as one of the world’s premier surfing destinations. Its 37,000km coastline is blessed with beach, reef and point breaks to challenge the most experienced board-riders. For the less adept, there are countless easy-rolling swells that beginners can paddle onto safely and with confidence.
A video tour of Australia’s acclaimed Cape to Cape walk offers scenery, sunsets and a sneak-peek into being on assignment for Australian Geographic.
The coastline of Eyre Peninsula, SA, has offered up both tragedy and wealth for more than two centuries.
Enjoy the windswept and remote coastal landscapes of South Australia’s Eyre Peninsula in our video.