The NSW Government has announced plans to cull 90 per cent of the brumby population in Kosciuszko National Park.
Keepers from Taronga Zoo and Zoos Victoria have released over 2000 eggs of the critically endangered southern corroboree frog into Kosciuszko National Park.
Photographer Jason Edwards flew by helicopter into some of the least accessible parts of Kosciuszko National Park to observe Australia’s wild horses, called brumbies, and their impact on the river systems and plains. Find the full story in the Jan/Feb issue (#130) of Australian Geographic.
We head to the top of Australia and talk to an Aboriginal elder about an ancient and traditional track
How many summer alpine activities can you pack into two days?
Hiking, mountain biking, and fly fishing to name a few.
This critically endangered native frog has a fighting chance for survival with the latest release of eggs into the wild.
Go bobsledding down the mountain, bike through alpine bushland or hike up Mt Kosciuszko for the best view in Australia.
Clear skies, alpine air, a campsite with a view and a Mt Kosciuszko sunset.