Beautiful places in Australia including Kakadu National Park, Gippsland Lakes, Lizard Island and Hardy Reef…
Watching one manta’s propeller wound heal has revealed a scarring pattern previously mistaken for a shark bite.
Australia’s Great Barrier reef suffers its third incident of coral bleaching in five years after one of the hottest summers on record.
For the first time in the 47-year-old venue’s history, the Concert Hall of the Sydney Opera House has been shuttered for renovations and upgrades.
A mass coral bleaching event is underway in the Great Barrier Reef.
The small Cockatoo Island, the site of this year’s Biennale of Sydney, won’t become a permanent haven for art after plans were shot down by its owner.
The discovery that Western Australia houses the world’s oldest crater has shone a light on the other natural wonders in this extraordinary state…
Everything about Lord Howe, a reef-rimmed tropical island 780km north-east of Sydney, is laidback – except for the fervour with which its locals protect their paradise.
Chris Collard heads deep into the Australian Outback in hopes to repeat a 50 year old adventure across the Simpson desert!
Halls Island, which sits on a lake in Tasmania’s Walls of Jerusalem National Park, is at the heart of a new battle for the state’s wilderness.
Sydney’s UNESCO World-Heritage-listed Hyde Park Barracks is set to reopen after a year-long renewal.
Our friends at Coral Expeditions is celebrating 35 years as Australia’s pioneering cruise line and has released its list of top 20 expedition destinations for 2020.
The Gunditjmara have been building an eel-farming system at the Budj Bim Cultural Landscape for more than 6,000 years.
There are several top destinations in Australia for photography, that every budding photographer must visit. Read on to know more about these places.
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Using aerial mapping, UNESCO World Heritage-listed Budj Bim cultural landscape in Victoria’s south-west is set to be revisited by experts later this month, after bushfires unearthed a new fish trap. Uncle Denis Rose from the Gunditj Mirring Traditional Owner Aboriginal Corporation said the trap is a clearly constructed channel about 25 metres in length and is located 70 metres from the oldest trap, leading the group to believe it is part of the same system.
The landmark’s concert hall closes on Saturday for a two-year renovation. It has been plagued by compromises since architect Jørn Utzon’s walkout in 1966…