Scientists have, for the first time, predicted how Komodo dragons, the world’s largest lizard, will be impacted by climate change.
Prehistoric axes and beads found in caves on a remote Indonesian island suggest this was a crucial staging post for seafaring people who lived in this region as the last ice age was coming to an end.
A five-year-old albino orangutan has been rescued from a village in Borneo, and the public is being asked to help give her a name in the hope she can become an ambassador for her species.
The Leuser ecosystem in northern Sumatra is home to some of the world’s rarest and best-loved animals. Thanks to a new government moratorium on land clearing, conservationists have enjoyed a big win.
A tiny human species discovered in 2003 may have been extinct for much longer than previously thought.
AG Society sponsored adventurer Tim Jarvis has climbed the highest mountain in Oceania to alert world leaders to the reality of climate change.
AG Society sponsored adventurer Tim Jarvis AM delivers an update from the Carstensz Pyramid in Indonesia.
If you ever wanted to get a bird’s eye view of a tropical paradise, there’s an Aussie adventure company that offers a different perspective on Bali.
Despite continued logging and smothering palm oil plantations, a small group of dedicated people are fighting to save Borneo’s wildlife
Be swept along on a tide of adventure through Australia’s remote north-west and Indonesia’s exotic Spice Islands, on this 2015 Australian Geographic Society special expedition.