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The Grand Scheme

The Ord River has supported life for millennia, but has the attempt to control it for agriculture been worth the effort?

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Trailblazers

In a time before modern-day luxuries, great Aussie drovers transported cattle across the harsh outback, carving many of our 4Wd tracks

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The Dying Rivers of Western New South Wales

Water use in cotton farming and one of the worst droughts in recent history are combining to quickly drain the Darling River of its last drops. the consequences for New South Wales and wider australia could be enormous.

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The History of Cape York

Camper Tips you off on the long, fabled history of the Cape York Peninsula.

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Walpole Wonderland

Cooky waxes lyrical on the karri forests, landlocked dunes and deserted coastlines that form a geological paradise in our nation’s south-west.

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Princely Cape York Peninsula

Discover the fascinating geology and geography of Australia's Cape York Peninsula.

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Australia’s Volcanoes

Who knew that Australia had its own share of volcanic activity? Cooky takes a look at the magma madness going on below us at every moment.

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Kakadu Through the Eyes of a Jabiru

Kakadu Air offers one of the world’s most unique airborne experiences

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Virtual Showcase: Marlin Campers

Due to the cancellation of just about every trade-show in Australia, Camper is endeavouring to create a virtual trade-show across our full spectrum of channels: print, digital and on social media.

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