Australian Geographic Adventure
Australia’s largest state is the ultimate outdoor playground. Whether camping in its many national parks, swimming with oceanic giants, or traversing one of Australia’s most famous outback tracks, WA will keep even the most discerning adventurer busy.
Science & Environment
What exactly is sustainable seafood and how can you make better choices when it comes to what you put on your plate?
On This Day
On 4 May 1864, the first brown trout eggs ever successfully shipped to Australia hatched in the cool waters of Plenty River, Tasmania – causing a ripple effect for both fishing and conservation that endures to this day.
Once thought to be extinct, the pygmy bluetongue is today rarely seen except by experts with fishing rods.
Conservation group WWF-Australia is raising $100,000 to buy – and retire – a Great Barrier Reef shark fishing licence.
David and Caroline take a in a fly-fishing lesson on the beautiful Ovens Rivers
Swimming with sharks, fishing, four wheel driving and camping, there are activities for everyone along the Eyre Peninsula
With a week to kill in southern Quebec, AGA photo-journo Mark Watson attempted to squeeze in as many micro-adventures as he could.
A fisherman has caught a rare specimen of the eel-like frilled shark
An unexpected reprieve from the high-rise hotels and bustling traffic of Gold Coast City, Burleigh Head National Park is a welcome haven for people and wildlife alike.