Australia is an ancient land, which is evident in the land all around us. But like a grand old lady - patient, wise and etched by time - she still harbours many secrets.
It's said that necessity is the mother of invention and that certainly holds true for Australia. Isolated, and with a unique set of challenges, ingenuity flourished in this country.
Australia's geographic isolation can be felt across the country but this has also led to some amazing finds and history.
Hard work and this country have gone hand in hand for a long time and the people doing these jobs around Australia are no strangers to this idea.
Known around the world for our beautiful beaches, Australia is a true coastal nation. But not just eye-catching, this water is home to an array of creatures dangerous, strange and epic.
Australia is a beautiful land of beaches, mountains and open spaces, but it is also home to hostile bushland, giant predators and extreme weather.
From escaped cannibal convicts and bushrangers of early settlement through to modern day tuna cowboys, Australians have long chosen to venture out and take the road less travelled.
Nothing says Australia quite like the outback, but what exactly is it, where does it even start, and why does it continue to capture our imagination?
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