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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 History of Cape York

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

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The Best Museums for Aussie Travellers

Australia’s past is full of stories that, in our day to day living, we forget ever happened. The Moons introduce a few museums in which these former times are still vividly alive.

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Ancient Australia

We take a look at Australia’s long-term geological trajectory, from a partly submerged continent, to one big snowball, to the mineral-rich continent of today.

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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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Discovering Australia's historic cemeteries

Discovering Australia's Historic Cemeteries

Visiting one of Australia's many cemeteries is a great way of getting an insight into our rich and intriguing history and the lives of lost ancestors and communities.

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Pink Roadhouse SA

Pink Roadhouse, SA

Pink Roadhouse, SA

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Macquarie Harbour, Strahan

Strahan, Tasmania

Strahan, Tasmania

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A Roma Sunset

Black Gold

Roma Travel

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REDARC Camper Trailer of the Year 2020 Winners Announced

The results are in for all categories following on from Camper's flagship event.

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Top 10 Tropical Beaches for Wet Season Escapes

Summer is an excellent time to beach-hop the tropics from Townsville to Weipa, because when the crowds flee south with the first rains, all these top beachfront camps, rainforested waterholes and barramundi fishing spots become exclusively yours.

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