Since its inception, Australian Geographic has documented the unique wildlife of Tasmania. Here we look back on some of our favourite subjects.
An incredible image of the night sky across the Tasmanian Wilderness has taken out the top prize at this year’s David Malin Awards.
Photographer James Dorey offers advice on capturing the perfect shot of our native bees.
An encounter with one of the world’s most venomous snakes in an Australian desert: what more could a reptile enthusiast want?
The colours and patterns of these outback insects may be pretty, but they’re mostly for defence.
To get the perfect shot, photographer Ross McGibbon will come within just a metre of some of Australia’s deadliest snakes.
Photographer Gary Meredith is dedicated to capturing a side of dingoes that people aren’t used to.
The photograph of a white southern right whale calf, taken by Matt Blakers, is extremely rare.
FEATURING SOME of Australia’s finest photographers, the inaugural photography conference Aperture Australia will take place on the weekend 28-29 April at the newly opened Sydney International Convention Centre in Darling Harbour.
You can purchase tickets HERE.
Science & Environment
Photographer Sera Wright runs an Instagram dedicated to capturing the beautiful Byron bay landscape, but with a pink twist.