Australia’s Norfolk Island, located 1471km east of Brisbane in the Pacific Ocean, is the result of a volcano that existed some 2-3 million years ago. Its human history features inhabitants including Polynesians, First Fleeters, convicts and mutineers. Today, it is also perhaps Australia’s most remote community.
We sent Australian yachtswoman Jessica Watson to discover Norfolk Island’s homegrown treasures. Read her full feature in AG#136, out now.
Whether you want to spot migratory whales, hike the magnificent coastline, photograph fur seals, snorkel new waters or have some time out for yourself, a lighthouse stay on NSW’s Far South Coast offers a unique experience that will draw you into a bygone time.
You don’t have to be a grizzled trailblazer to fit adventure into your life – urbanites and nine-to-fivers are embracing the new buzzword ‘microadventure’ to make the most of what they’ve got.
Jutting out of an otherwise flat landscape, the Glass House Mountains are a standout feature right in Brisbane’s backyard.
An enterprising operator in Botswana’s Okavango Delta is offering
mountain bike safaris involving close ups with the Big Five – if you’re game enough
The giant pink granite Pildappa Rock has captured the eye of our roving Highway One team, in South Australia.
An international award for panorama photography has named its breathtaking winners.
Australian Geographic Young Adventurer of the Year, Chris Bray and partner Jess have sailed the Northwest Passage.
Want to see bears up close? Forget the zoo, pack your bags and head to British Columbia.
Inspired by Robyn Davidson’s 1977 epic camel trek, Esther Nunn led three camels 3000km from Alice Springs to Shark Bay, WA.