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A giant mural of Beyoncé on the side of a building in Melbourne, Australia, is the pop culturally relevant work of street artist Lush Sux. The painting... Read More

Back in 2009, British charity fundraiser Ben Southall bested over 35,000 other applicants to win the so-called “Best Job in the World”: acting as... Read More

This story originally appeared on FWx.com.For lovers with unlimited funds, Sydney has the ultimate Valentine's Day extravagance. At Bistro Remy in... Read More

We've seen the Northern Lights from space and we're all well aware that photos of the Earth from outside our atmosphere are not only stunning,... Read More

When you're traveling with family, not any destination will do.While a quiet seaside resort could be the perfect getaway for two, it could prove too... Read More

Seven years ago, diving instructor Rick Anderson, who lives in Port Macquarie, Australia, bonded with a young female Port Jackson shark. Since then?... Read More

Marine biologists from the Scripps Institution of Oceanography and Western Australian Museum captured the recently-discovered Ruby Seadragon for the... Read More

Tasmania Parks and Wildlife Service is looking for two new employees to man a lighthouse on a remote island for six months.The duo will live on... Read More

Seventy-one percent of the Earth's surface is covered by water, but not all tides come ashore with mammoth waves. Big wave surfers travel the globe to... Read More

Deserts make up more than 18 percent of Australia's land mass, and it's rare that you'll catch one of these areas in bloom. But after an unusual amount... Read More

This story originally appeared on Time.com. Bubbles? A giant room of foam? No, those are 1.1 million white plastic balls. “The Beach” is a giant... Read More

Australia is home to some of the world's cutest creatures, from koalas to kangaroos. And they make for more than a cute photo. Tourism... Read More

Through some of this year’s best films, audiences were able to vicariously travel all around the world. In “La La Land,” we saw Los Angeles through the... Read More

Sydney’s Central Business District and its immediate surroundings are a magnet for visitors to the Australian capital. In just over one square mile, you... Read More

This story originally appeared on Time.com. Australia has a serious cat problem, with feral cats covering 99.8% of the country... Read More

If you’re headed to Australia, there’s no shortage of attractions to compete for your attention.Whether you’re watching the sun set over the Sydney... Read More

Even if you’ve never visited Australia, you likely know exactly what the Sydney Opera House looks like: the iconic red granite base and gleaming... Read More

From its grid-pattern streets to its tiny alleyways, Melbourne is a city that seems to have it all, housing multiple contradictions. There are gigantic,... Read More

As 2016 comes to a close, it's a great time to consider where you want to go in the new year. And if white sand beaches and tropical flora and fauna... Read More

In recent years, Adelaide, the capital of South Australia, has acquired a reputation for fine dining. I recently passed through—en route to doing... Read More

On a recent trip to South Australia, I hopped on a plane in Adelaide and flew to Kangaroo Island, which has become something of a hotspot for... Read More

Most Australian itineraries tend to favor the big cities—Sydney, Melbourne—but thirty minutes from Adelaide, a new adventure destination is taking... Read More

There aren’t too many parts of the world where you can observe a 19-foot Great White in its natural habitat—and even fewer where you can stay dry while... Read More

On Kangaroo Island, a 20-minute flight from Adelaide, Flinders Chase National Park is a 32,000-hectare spread with free-roaming koalas and kangaroos. It... Read More

A new exhibit in Sydney using 3-D technology has given scientists and museum visitors alike the opportunity to learn about the lives and deaths of... Read More

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