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In this issue

The very best of Australia's nature, culture, people and places.

DESERT DELIGHT

The Great Victoria Desert, Australia's largest, defies expectations. Visibly rich in biodiversity, it challenges preconceptions about how a desert should look.

DESERT DELIGHT

10+ mins

A NEW BROOME

New experiences with First Nations people on Country are transforming \"flop-and-drop\" tourism in this tropical getaway.

A NEW BROOME

10+ mins

THE BREAKFAST CLUB

For six days last autumn, a ragtag band of walkers came together to tackle the famed Overland Track and explore central Tasmania's spectacular flora, from the tiniest fungus to its towering King Billy pines.

THE BREAKFAST CLUB

5 mins

BACK FOR THE FUTURE

Bathurst is one of several regional inland cities holding historic-trades fairs, tapping into growing enthusiasm for a slower, more sustainable way of living and of making things..

BACK FOR THE FUTURE

7 mins

HELPING HANDS

These bizarre, shy fish that walk instead of swim face a precarious future in the waters of southern Australia.

HELPING HANDS

6 mins

COMMEMORATING BROTHERS IN ARMS ON COUNTRY

The military service of two First Nations World War II soldiers, long overlooked by history, is celebrated annually on an outback pilgrimage by an Aussie music legend.

COMMEMORATING BROTHERS IN ARMS ON COUNTRY

10 mins

UNEXPECTED PACIFIC PARADISE

Visiting Micronesia's islands and atolls offers an unexpected rare glimpse into remote communities steeped in centuries-old cultural traditions.

UNEXPECTED PACIFIC PARADISE

8 mins

THE PATRIOT CONVICTS

A little-known group of political prisoners, transported from Canada to the Australian colonies, had far-reaching effects.

THE PATRIOT CONVICTS

7 mins

NEW SPACES FOR OCEAN LIFE

In an alliance between Australian marine ecologists and industrial designers, science and art meet to restore ecological function at some of the world's most altered coastal landscapes.

NEW SPACES FOR OCEAN LIFE

5 mins

RESCUING AN EMBLEM

Nothing says an Aussie Easter quite like the bilby, but this symbol of the outback is facing a tough struggle for survival.

RESCUING AN EMBLEM

5 mins

IMMERSED IN NATURE

A wild, free childhood in coastal Sydney proved to be perfect grounding for this internationally acclaimed, multi-award-winning natural-history filmmaker.

IMMERSED IN NATURE

6 mins

Australia's Unsung Hero

Australian George Hubert Wilkins was highly regarded in the USA, where he was famous for his brave exploits, but he’s still largely unknown in his home country.

Australia's Unsung Hero

10+ mins

Is the truth still out there?

A detailed analysis of more than 1200 sightings suggests the Tasmanian tiger survived until the 1980s, and that there's a slim chance a few are still around.

Is the truth still out there?

8 mins

The Bigger They Come

Sure, Egypt has the Great Sphinx of Giza and the Pyramid of Cheops, but Australia has giant prawns.

The Bigger They Come

10+ mins

A Curious Mind

Could this brilliant South Australian physicist be Australia's next Nobel Prize winner?

A Curious Mind

7 mins

A Continent in Crisis

Even the most remote place on Earth is beginning to crumble as the planet’s warming woes continue.

A Continent in Crisis

10+ mins

Recalling the inferno

There's no better motivation for leaving fossil fuels in the ground than the scars left by Black Summer.

Recalling the inferno

2 mins

The man who lived in a log

IT’S THE DREAM of every child who loves the outdoors – build a secret bush cubby, a retreat from the prying eyes of parents and an opportunity to let the imagination run wild in a make-believe world of fairies, goblins and other magical creatures.

The man who lived in a log

2 mins

Victoria Settlement NT

BEFORE PALMERSTON (modern-day Darwin) was founded in 1869, the British made four failed attempts to create a settlement on New Holland’s “unclaimed” northern coastline. The largest of these was Victoria Settlement, located about 200km northeast of Darwin at Port Essington on the Cobourg Peninsula.

Victoria Settlement NT

2 mins

SHORT ON TREES, BIG ON STORY

Gold was once the reward for digging at Kosciuszko National Park's Long Plain. Now a rich history awaits, just below the surface.

SHORT ON TREES, BIG ON STORY

5 mins

UP AND AWAY

California’s famous Pacific Airshow landed – for the first time – on the Gold Coast in August 2023, for three days of non-stop, sky-high thrills.

UP AND AWAY

10+ mins

PEOPLE POWER OFFENSIVE

Each year, experts and citizen scientists come together in the Walpole Wilderness BioBlitz to survey the natural wonders of the South West region of Western Australia.

PEOPLE POWER OFFENSIVE

10+ mins

RESCUING THE GODDESS OF THE GRASSLANDS

An unlikely collaboration between Queensland pastoralists and conservationists is helping save one of our prettiest and rarest parrots.

RESCUING THE GODDESS OF THE GRASSLANDS

6 mins

The devil's advocates

Get up close and personal with the world's largest marsupial carnivore on Aussie Ark's Australian Geographic Expedition.

The devil's advocates

6 mins

FOLLOW YOUR ART

Victoria's burgeoning Silo Art Trail is bringing tourists to towns and pride to rural communities.

FOLLOW YOUR ART

9 mins

CAN AIR TRAVEL EVER REALLY BE SUSTAINABLE?

A raft of new technologies promise to make jetting off on holiday less damaging to our planet, but what difference will they really make, and should we all be ditching the departure lounge for the railway station and the bus depot?

CAN AIR TRAVEL EVER REALLY BE SUSTAINABLE?

6 mins

LEAVE ONLY FOOTPRINTS

More Australians want to reduce their environmental impact and travel with purpose. But working out how sustainable your holiday might be is far from easy.

LEAVE ONLY FOOTPRINTS

9 mins

A BIT OF EVERYTHING

Mildura, on the banks of the mighty Murray River, is in the middle of nowhere and the centre of everywhere,

A BIT OF EVERYTHING

10+ mins

CLIMB EVERY MOUNTAINS

Inspired by the Scottish Munros, peak baggers in Australia can now add the 158 Tasmanian Abels to their list of must-climb mountains.

CLIMB EVERY MOUNTAINS

10+ mins

A BIRDING PARADISE IN THE SOUTH PACIFIC

New Zealand's birdlife has been heavily affected by introduced feral predators, but Rakiura is an avian utopia.

A BIRDING PARADISE IN THE SOUTH PACIFIC

6 mins

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Australian Geographic Magazine Description:

PublisherAustralian Geographic Holdings Pty Ltd

CategoryScience

LanguageEnglish

FrequencyBi-Monthly

Australian Geographic is a bi-monthly magazine that was founded in 1986. Australian Geographic features articles on a wide range of topics related to Australia's natural history, environment, and culture. It also features stunning photography and illustrations.

Here are some of the features of Australian Geographic Magazine:

* Stunning photography: Australian Geographic features stunning photography of Australia's natural world. The magazine's photographers have won numerous awards for their work.
* Expert writing: Australian Geographic features articles written by experts on a variety of topics related to Australia's natural history, environment, and culture.
* In-depth features: Australian Geographic features in-depth features on a variety of topics. These features are often accompanied by stunning photography and illustrations.
* Travel stories: Australian Geographic features travel stories about Australia's natural wonders. These stories are a great way to plan your next adventure.
* Conservation stories: Australian Geographic features stories about the challenges facing Australia's natural environment. These stories are a call to action to help protect our natural heritage.

If you are interested in learning more about Australia's natural world, then Australian Geographic Magazine is a great resource. It is a beautiful and informative magazine that will inspire you to explore Australia's wild places.

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