History & Culture
Take to the air with the Uniting Church pastor whose Central Australian parish – at more than half a million square kilometres – is bigger than many countries.
Tennant Creek in the Northern Territory is as gritty as it is charming. And with its swag of multicultural locals and zealous community spirit, it’s a town now luring newcomers with more than just its precious metal.
A 1.7kg meteorite that crashed into outback South Australia offers glimpse into creation of Solar System.
Meet “the roo lady”, who cares for orphaned kangaroos in her outback Queensland backyard.
Veteran AG photographer Andrew Gregory gets a new perspective on Central Australia’s landmarks with his camera drone. Find the full story in the Jan/Feb print issue (#130) of Australian Geographic.
Litchfield NP is a classic Top End park and shaped by the water which thunders in The Wet
Australian Geographic went along on a traditional camel trek to explore the Simpson Desert the traditional way
A trip to the Red Centre provides a full outback experience, even if it is only for two days.
Outback mining town Broken Hill is the first town to be including on the National Heritage list
If you really want to get away from the crowds, these 10 remote national parks are worth the effort