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Photography: Why a camera?
Over the past two weeks, MOGENS JOHANSEN has tested and given his often surprising verdicts on phone cameras and superzooms; the cutting edge of travel tech photography. Here, he returns to his roots. Framing the world with a camera is still a moment to slow down and, literally, to focus
Travel Story: Tough trek is worth the effort
GEMMA NISBET tackles the Granite Skywalk Trail
Audio: Free Range Podcast: Margaret River Farmers' Market
Join WILLIAM YEOMAN as he talks to three regular vendors at the popular Saturday Margaret River Farmers' Market, soaks up the atmosphere and samples some delicious food.
Travel Story: Life-affirming visit to Peak District
Scenic drives, rides and walks are a major pull of this stunning area, writes STEVE McKENNA.
Arts, Music & Culture: Culture and crocs snapped up
ANNELIES GARTNER jumps at the opportunity to immerse herself in the Top End’s indigenous art and, along the way, spots a few saltwater dwellers.
Travel Story: The ABC of moving to Bali
Keep reality top of mind before relocating to the island paradise, writes Ian Neubauer.
Travel Story: Peaks of perfection on stunning alpine ways
New Zealand is a country of giants so it only makes sense to see it from a height. Here are EBONY SWETMAN’S three favourite spots to take in Middle Earth among the clouds.
Photography: Shooting for the stars
MOGENS JOHANSEN is always looking skywards. And here he gives practical tips on capturing that scene, at night.
Travel Story: Giant plan to heat up tourism
Aussies' love of big kitsch has a commercial edge, writes MOGENS JOHANSEN
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