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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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Gas Mining in Outback Queensland

It's not just dinosaurs beneath Queensland's surface. There's gas too and the mining industry wants their share. But farmers are worried about the consequences.

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The Opal Sea

Camper's resident offroad-loving geologist takes a closer look at Australia's magnificent interior lands.

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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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Drawing a Line in the Dirt

David Cook discusses the significance of the prophetic Goyder’s Line, which separates productive and barren land in South Australia.

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Gosses Bluff

Australian craters

Australian craters

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Secrets of our ancient fossilised sea

Secrets of Our Ancient Fossilised Sea

Australia is a hotbed for prehistoric research, with teams still finding fossilised specimens in areas across Northern NSW and SA, right through to central and northern Queensland.

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The mighty Qld outback.

Travel: Birdsville to Dilldoll Rock, Qld

Travel: Birdsville to Dilldoll Rock

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Exploring Mount Pinnibar & Geehi Huts - Summits, Huts and Water Crossings

The challenge to reach the summit was successful before dropping down into the lush valleys below in search of a ripper riverside campsite.

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Visiting Innamincka - Burke and Wills Last Stand

The tragic story of Burke & Wills is about an ill-fated journey crossing Australia that they could’ve survived but unfortunately didn’t.

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