Located in Nelson in south-west Victoria, this serene walk leads to a boardwalk through saltmarshes and a bird hide. It offers nice views of Lake Oxbow and allows bush walkers

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It’s just before a quarter to seven in the morning; the temperature is over 25 degrees and the sky is streaked with pink, purple and orange clouds. It should be autumn,

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The small grey marsupial pushed her pointed snout under a loose piece of bark, halfway up an ancient gum tree. She could smell food – a large huntsman spider, which

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This is a guest article by Michael Smith. As the warmer weather of November rolls around, it becomes an ideal time for a gentle walk in the countryside. The extreme

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You’ve felt it, haven’t you? The days are getting warmer, there is still some light left in the sky when you get home of an evening, and you’re either really

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This is a guest article by Viktoria Rother. Dinosaur eyes. That’s what I told my class of adult EAL* learners they had. Dinosaur eyes watching me and my every move.

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The sun was still high in the afternoon sky and salt seemed to hang in the air. We had spent the entire day painting an amenities block at Point Leo

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  Dunkeld Pastoral Company Portland Upwelling Festival Mt Rothwell

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It’s often said we know more about space than our own oceans. Whilst this might be debatable, one thing is for certain: we have explored very little of the oceans’

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Finches have captured our attention for aeons, and around the world a number of similar-looking bird families have come to be commonly referred to as finches. They have a habit

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