Top 10 galleries of 2011
Camera traps reveal animal self portraits
Hidden camera traps have snapped thousands of images of endangered animals in remote jungles.
World Heritage sites of Australia
In 1981 Australia had three World Heritage sites. From Uluru to Shark Bay, we now have 18 stunning protected sites.
Lake Eyre: reflections of the outback
A new exhibition showcases Lake Eyre as you’ve never seen this outback icon.
History of Australia: A nation in the making
The Tyrrell Collection of images showcases the history of Australia and the maturing of a nation.
Best panoramic photographs of 2011
More than 3,500 images from 985 photographers in 62 countries were entered into the Epson Pano awards. These are the best.
Birds of paradise: ritual of seduction
The extravagant feathers and exuberant displays of birds of paradise are all in the name of love.
Broken Hill: after the rains
Absent for decades, heavy rainfall has now brought the region around Broken Hill bursting back into vibrant life.
Tasmanian tigers brought to life
The largest private collection of Tasmanian tiger relics helps explain how the marsupials lived, and how they died.
Life on Macquarie Island in the sub-Antarctic
There are still few places in the world that are truly wild, but Macquarie Island in the sub-Antarctic is one of them.
Desert channels: heart of Australia
The desert channel country of western Queensland is a region of historical geography and great beauty.