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The real impact of a cyclone depends on more than just its category, with important factors including its size, tides and the region it hits. Here are some of the most destructive cyclones in Australia's history.
Brisbane pilot Lores Bonney broke many records during the 1930s, narrowly cheating death several times. Despite being lauded as the first woman to fly solo from Australia to England, she remains little known today.
Trousers Point on the west coast of Flinders Island, South Australia, clasped by granite boulders daubed with orange Caloplaca lichen.
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Sometimes it’s the unexpected challenges that make a trip a memorable one. This North Queensland MTB adventure certainly provided plenty
It’s the world’s second-biggest country, it is incredibly easy to get to – and get around – and it's chock-full of adventures for all ages. Whether you’re after huge hikes, exciting paddling, some of the world’s best MTB trails and ski terrain, epic climbing, brilliant family camping, or want to see some of the planet’s most iconic animals in the wild, Canada is where it’s at for AG Outdoor readers.
Juvenile Victoria's riflebirds (Ptiloris victoriae) practice their mating dance.
Common tree snakes soak up the sun in Healesville Sanctuary, Victoria.
An eastern water dragon enjoys a regurgitated snack in Gosford, NSW.
On ground still wet from recent spring rains, a brown-blazed wedgesnout ctenotus explores the newly awakened desert flowers in inland New South Wales.
Waves slide over the landing of the Quindalup jetty, Western Australia – momentarily submerging it – as the setting sun paints the morning sky.
A blue dragon nudibranch braves the stinging hydroids in Bass Point, NSW in our latest AG Reader Photo of the Week.
Light filters through the trees in Molly’s Chase in the Clare Valley, South Australia.
A European honey bee prepares for landing.
A New Holland honeyeater visits the waratahs in Blackheath, New South Wales.
A double-eyed fig parrot takes a second look at the photographer.
A family of emus wander the dunes of Nambung National Park, Western Australia, on Christmas eve.
It’s almonds for breakfast on the beach for this stunning palm cockatoo.
Sunrise over the Walls of China in Mungo National Park, New South Wales.