Issue 3 - Great Australian Outdoors

Australia’s vulnerable flora and fauna are at the forefront as we extensively cover feral animal management and protecting our at-risk native species and insects, speak with Threatened Species Commissioner Dr Sally Box and conservation crusader Dr John Wamsley and advocate important funding for future environmentalists.

We head to terrific Tasmania for a fabulous time on Flinders Island, tour magnificent Maydena and beyond, fly in to the rugged and remote Western Wilds coastline for crayfish and board a ship to experience the untamed frontier. We lap up Manuka Pool in the ACT, navigate 4WD mecca Gunyah Beach, Bool Lagoon and remote desert water springs in South Australia, survey expansive Broken Hill and follow the tracks of Australia’s last outlaws through dense scrubland in New South Wales, have an awesome time in Western Australia visiting Albany and its National Anzac Centre, cruise the Kimberley Coast, catch and cook delicious wild mud crabs in the Top End, traverse Queensland’s bush at momentous Mount Mulligan and sensational Sundown National Park, savour a beautiful Victorian winery big on conservation, journey the Nullarbor playing the world’s longest golf course and hike the best spots in every state and territory.

We also hit the open road on electric bikes, take flight with feathered pyromaniacs, swing by endearing old stockyards, open up a new world of discovery on motorbikes, search for radiant gems in the Outback, cover the essentials for off-road trailering and the importance of servicing outdoor equipment, favour kangaroo leather, pack light with freeze-dried meals, taste the best of Australian game and review pertinent books and products, including the ultimate vans for adventurers.