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.
Science & Environment
Emma Blythman was in the right place at the right time to capture this fantastic aurora australis over Uluru
A trip to the Red Centre provides a full outback experience, even if it is only for two days.
This trek epitomises the Red Centre and offers a great display of the variety of flora, fauna and geography on offer in Australia’s heart
This trail gives walkers the chance to peer over the edge of one of central Australia’s natural wonders
Discover a wilder side to the Red Centre by hopping on a bike
For years, Uluru has been photographed by veteran shutterbugs. Its many moods require a diverse set of skills to capture. On days of downpour, water cascades down its mist-shrouded shoulders. If the weather’s clear, it appears as a bright red monolith red against the open blue sky.
The arid heart of central Australia is mysterious and sublime
Central Australia has been transformed. See the images of Uluru and its surrounds blanketed with wildflowers and green foliage.
Best of Australia
Watarrka is home to around one-third of the total Northern Territory land species. Almost 600 plant species can be found in the oasis of the park. These include 60 rare and relic species which exist in moist microhabitats created by joint lines in the sandstone.