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Sweeping Plains: Silos, Shearers, and Shiraz

Heading west is a surefire way to learn about times past when pioneers, bushrangers, and swagmen freely roamed the land

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Australia's Own Sea Serpent

Sea monsters are the stuff of legend, but some forms of them existed on Australia millennia ago

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Where Spaceman Meet the Outback

Australia's relationship with space goes back a lot further than most think — and some of the marks are still visible today

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Reminders of Our Explorers

Far from macabre, a road trip to have a Poke around in cemeteries situated in remote locales yields a lesson in australian history

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Should Australia's History Be General Knowledge?

The starvation of Burke and Wills at Cooper Creek is a tragic but pivotal Australian story. Is it fair to expect everyone to know it?

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Gear review: OzTrail Forbes Camp Chair

A comfortable chair is one of the most important pieces of kit you can pack for any trip — how does the Forbes from OzTrail stack up?

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Cub Campers Frontier Reviewed

Cub Campers are a mainstay in Aussie manufacturing, but after 50 years do they still have what it takes?

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