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Dominant Dunes

Mobile sand has taken charge of a major chunk of the Australian continent over the past 30,000 years

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Following Our Early Explorers

If you’re into history and are keen to immerse yourself in vast wilderness, why not follow in the footsteps of European settlers.

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The real aspect of most of our inland rivers: turbid, narrow and full of snags.

The Big Dry: How Competition For Water is Killing Our River Systems

We recently addressed the issue of the dying (or dead) Darling River and how it related to cotton farming. Now, we take a look at the broader issue of competition for water in all of our rivers, most especially those in the south-east.

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The view from above town in Walhalla. PICTURE CREDIT: Visit Victoria/David Hannah

Hybrids in High Places: Part 1

Camper ventures into the lesser known Mt Baw Baw region of the Victorian High Country, in pursuit of golden content and pursued at every step by gold mining history.

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Beltana, Flinders Ranges

Beltana, in the Northern Flinders Ranges, still resonates with Australian history and memories of a way of life from long ago.

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Retracing the Burke and Wills expedition

Retracing the Burke and Wills Expedition: Part 1

157 years after the ill-fated Burke and Wills expedition set off, Scott and Kath Heiman are retracing the steps of the explorers - albeit with a few more luxuries and provisions than on the original journey.

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Dwellingup, WA

Dwellingup, WA

Dwellingup WA

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Fortescue Bay

Tasman National Park, Tasmania

Tasman National Park, Tasmania

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Black Gold

Roma Travel

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Ultimate Campers GT360

After a raft of upgrades, the new Ultimate Campers GT360 is a whole new beast, as Scott and Kath Heiman found out

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Cub Drifter II

Cub’s entry into the double-fold market ticks all the boxes of a leader of the breed

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