Science & Environment
Slip on a face mask, snorkel and fins and go for a swim with Sydney’s marine wildlife.
History & Culture
How did the Aussie swimming coach and all-around sports legend Forbes Carlile get his athletes across line faster than anyone else and help break 31 world records? This is how.
Hundreds of people braved chilly waters in Tassie this morning to mark the shortest day of the year with a cheeky nude swim.
Sally Tertini, author of Wild Swimming Sydney Australia, reveals 10 of the best wild swimming locations. Put simply, wild swimming is swimming for pleasure in natural waters. It’s swimming with no particular goal in mind, other than to experience the sheer joy that immersion brings. For the wild swimmer Sydney really has it all – from hidden beaches, to rugged canyons; sparkling rock pools, to pristine waterholes. So go on, get out there and get wet!
Kakadu National Park, around three hours east of Darwin, is a fantastic destination for a vehicle-based family adventure
Some paddlers at Narrawallee Creek Inlet in NSW, got a rare glimpse of a kangaroo swimming past
A cautious eastern grey kangaroo tests the aqua waters of Narrawallee Creek Inlet, New South Wales, to the surprise of onlookers
Former AG Society awardees combine forces to swim and paddle across Australia’s largest artificial lake.
Sydneysiders love their harbour: the open blue waters, the scenic coves, and of course certain landmarks – one Meccano coathanger and that pointy sail building…