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IT’S AN inconvenient truth that contemporary Australia is guilty of environmental damage on a grand scale. How else could the world’s driest inhabited continent have been trans ...
When the skies opened
JUST AFTER COMPLETING an assignment for this issue (see Escape to the country on page 94), photographer Tajette O’Halloran and her community on the New South Wales north coast we ...
Mount Mulligan mine tragedy remembered MY PARTNER, Carolyn Rayner, and I attended the centenary of the Mount Mulligan mine disaster in September 2021. Carolyn’s grandfather was a ...
South Pole platypus and echidnas
In a new scientific revelation, the ancestors of the platypus and echidnas evolved in Antarctica. There they would have probed for prey beneath the snow using an electro-sensory be ...
Ocean Eyes on our reef
THE GREAT Barrier Reef (GBR) has tragically experienced its fourth mass bleaching in six years, causing seasoned marine scientists to despair about the ecosystem’s future, but pl ...
Accolade for Aussie filmmaker
VETERAN AUSTRALIAN adventure filmmaker Michael Dillon AM has been awarded the Grand Prize of the International Alliance for Mountain Film (IAMF), for a lifetime of work that’s in ...
Australia’s second European settlement was at Parramatta – easily reached by boat up Sydney Harbour and the Parramatta River from the first settlement at Sydney Cove. It was fi ...
Crazy for Elvis
IT’S UNUSUAL to see popular culture references such as Elvis Presley featured in the pages of a geographic magazine such as ours. But culture is part of our remit, and when it co ...
Burgeoning orange bellies
THE ORANGE-BELLIED PARROT is among Australia’s most endangered birds. Until recently, fewer than 50 adults survived in the wild, making this photo of 11 taken by Cameron Blake at ...
Blobfish beauty reimagined
SNAPPED by Australian Museum fish researcher Dr Kerryn Parkinson in 2003, this infamous portrait (far left) is of a fish brought up from depths by the NORFANZ Cruise, which trawled ...
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