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An encounter with a kangaroo left dying on a roadside on Kangaroo Island spurred photographer Doug Gimesy into action. Now this winner of the 2016 AG Nature Photographer of the Year ‘Our Impact’ category is using his images to raise awareness of the problem.
Read the full feature and see more of Doug's striking imagery in the May-June 2017 issue of Australian Geographic (AG#138).
From transporting wounded soldiers to performing CPR, our furry friends are often helping us in more ways than one.
These striking, colourful birds are widespread throughout mainland Australia.
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Australians have commemorated Anzac Day on 25 April for more than a century, but the ceremonies and their meanings have changed significantly since 1915.
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From the northern Simpson Desert’s vast expanse to Davenport NP’s rocky tracks and Gregory NP’s deep water-crossings, the Binns is a microcosm of the NT’s eternal appeal to visitors.
A week without wi-fi and telly might sound like a challenge for some families, but with so much to see and do, Lord Howe Island makes it easy.
The Leki Summit AS walking poles are robust and easy to use
Fighting extreme cold while pushing war-ravaged bodies to new physical limits, teams of soldiers scarred in battle take on the ultimate challenge - trekking 335km across the Antarctic to the South Pole.
Find the full story in Mar/April issue #119 of Australian Geographic.
One of North America’s best treks, the Teton Crest Trail is a gruelling series of switchbacks through Wyoming’s alpine wilderness, where the biggest hazard is neither bears nor moose, but fatigue.
A cold front ruined plan A. But the clouds parted long enough for two friends to put plan B into action – an exhilarating bike and hike up Black Peak, near Queenstown in New Zealand.
It could be a beautiful walk with sublime views or it could be zero-visibility hell in a mud bath. Our beloved but mercurial state of Tasmania is full of surprises.
There's more to mountain biking in Bhutan than speeding down winding roads past monasteries and snow-capped peaks.
Italy’s coastal gem combines the allure of classic heritage with unspoiled scenery.
Thought your trekking days were over once you had kids? Find out how to get back out there with these tips from trekker Chris Ord!
Get tips on planning for your next trek, whether it's your first or your 50th, in this next installment of our series on trekking basics.
Heading off on a multi-day trek takes a lot more planning and preparation than a day walk, and you’ll need the right gear to do it, but the rewards are well worth the effort.