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.
The Inland Sea
Exploring the mileposts of a long forgotten sea can be the basis of many great camping journeys.
The Opal Sea
Camper's resident offroad-loving geologist takes a closer look at Australia's magnificent interior lands.
Cooky waxes lyrical on the karri forests, landlocked dunes and deserted coastlines that form a geological paradise in our nation’s south-west.
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.
Secrets of the Mighty Murray River
As Australia's longest river, the Mighty Murray has played an important part in our country's history and is vital to the continued existence of the region's diverse ecosystem.