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The low-down on common bluebottles
Australia's best meteorite craters
Australia is home to some of the oldest trees in the world. But how do they live so long?
From transporting wounded soldiers to performing CPR, our furry friends are often helping us in more ways than one.
Overlooking the western Victorian countryside from the top of Mt Porndon, a 278m-high volcano located 13km southeast of Camperdown. South-western Victoria is home to the third-largest volcanic plains in the world.
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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.
Bring the eastern barred bandicoot back from the brink
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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.
As the Great Barrier Reef suffers a second wave of mass bleaching, there is a way to get involved.
From luxuries like champagne to the very livelihoods of fishing communities in the developing world – the climate-driven shifts in species will affect us all.
See the spectacular winning panoramic photos in the 2010 Epson International Photographic Pano Awards.
Veteran Antarctica researcher Dr Grahame Budd returns to document changes in the landscape.
While there are about 100 earthquakes a day, many of them don't cause much damage. Just what are earthquakes and what causes them?
After 20 years of travelling to Antarctica and the sub-Antarctic, David Neilson has captured the region's many moods.
Australian scientists have found the first soft-tissue evidence of a decorative crest on a dinosaur’s head.
Stunning, mysterious and diverse, Australia's 1700 orchids are the jewels of our flowering plants.
Flowers attract pollinators via bright colours and beautiful aromas and some resort to trickery in an effort to reproduce.
David Suzuki – and science – wants you to get outside.