A grassroots movement in Tasmania’s capital is bringing much-needed attention to the vulnerable Hobart Rivulet platypus population.
A 390-million-year-old fossil that’s baffled scientists for more than a century has been identified as a creature that lived between water and land.
As Earth orbits the Sun, it ploughs through dust and debris left behind by comets and asteroids. That debris gives birth to meteor showers – which can be one of nature’s most amazing spectacles.
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A native visitor to the inner east
A snoozing saltie and his little buddy
The falls at the foot of a mountain
An olive backed sunbird poses for the camera
A Central Netted Dragon on the base walk of Uluru
Slow and steady wins the shot!
Sunshine streams through the canopy
A juvenile woma python earns his defensive stripes
An encounter with one of Australia’s most striking birds
Persistence pays off in splendid colour