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 We travel west to sunny Broome

Australia’s western coastline harbours many wild, wonderful destinations yet arguably none as intriguing or colourful as character-filled Broome. Join us as we explore this beautiful place.  Read more »

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Explore Ireland in the footsteps of St Pat

You’ve heard of St Patrick’s Day but what is its significance? We trace the path of Ireland’s ...

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India, Ganges, river, travel, nature

Ganges river rituals

Perched on the banks of the sacred Ganges river in northeast India is one of the most revered and ce...

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How to create a quiet home

We share how to make over your home for greater solitude, silence and serenity with some simple tips...

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Join the tiny houses movement

Jump aboard the tiny houses movement; the answer to our many environmental, health and social issues...

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Kakadu, Australia, wildlife, crocodile, dessert

Kakadu dreaming

We explore Kakadu National Park in Australia’s far north and find it’s rich in wildlife, landscapes and Aboriginal culture.Read more »

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Saving the shark

Their very name evokes fear, but there is a lot more to sharks than sharp teeth and a large appetite that deserves our attention.Read more »

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How a psychologist rewired his brain

Psychologist David Roland neuroscience to successfully rewire his brain after suffering severe mental trauma and an ensuing stroke.Read more »

Gabrielle Bernstein, spirituality, guru, spirit junkie, connection

Gabrielle Bernstein's radical, spiritual road

Gabrielle Bernstein connects to the universe, and her contemporaries, through age-old spiritual practices shared in a distinctly modern form.Read more »

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Meet the founder of Eco Bird

Danielle Smith, the founder of Australian online eco-fashion store Eco Bird, offers an ethical alternative to fashion as usual.Read more »

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The desexing dilemma

Discover the benefits and risks of desexing dogs, plus the diet strategies and herbs that could help ease hormones.Read more »

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Journeying beyond bounds

Adventurer Tim Cope crossed the steppes of Eurasia with his dog Tigon, three horses and the help of many kind nomads.Read more »

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Strength in self-talk

Being hit by a car while training for a triathlon dramatically changed Andy Harrison’s life, but his self-talk helped him get back on his feet.Read more »

Etiko, Nick Savaidis, Fairtrade, ethical, fashion

Etiko: the ethical trader

Melbourne-based Fairtrade retailer Etiko is one of Australia’s most ethical brands. We meet its founder Nick Savaidis.Read more »

Geoff Jansz, food, chef, cooking, farming

Geoff Jansz: for the love of food

Geoff Jansz has been a restaurateur, a much-loved TV chef, a food writer and a farmer and, at the centre of his life, is a respect and love for food he is eager to share.Read more »

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Exploring Rainbow Beach

On the coast of southern Queensland lies an isolated beach with a wild rainforest, freshwater lakes and famous, multi-hued, ever-shifting sands.Read more »

Africa, cycle, travel, planet, explore

Cycling South Africa

Cycling is a wonderful way to experience the beauty of South Africa, from its dragon-toothed mountains to its sun-drenched oceans and every bit in between.Read more »

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Could you spend a year in the bush?

Spending four seasons in the wilderness can teach you things about nature you barely knew existed and reveal things about yourself you’ll never forget.Read more »

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Meet Jackie French

Jackie French has been the WellBeing gardening columnist for more than 20 years, but she is also an author with a burning passion for people and the land.Read more »

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Vegan cats: is it safe?

Karen Goldrick explores vegan cats and the effect of restrictive diets on pets.Read more »

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Pet eye disorders

We take an in-depth look at the eyes of dogs and cats and how to check the health of your pet at home.Read more »

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Now that anyone with a keyboard or a smartphone has access to a global community, the internet may yet live up to its promise as the best hope for democratic change on the planet.Read more »

Japan, skiing, ski, holiday, health

Wellness as a way of life

Japan, the birthplace of the bullet train and minute noodles, has a rich history of wellness traditions and remains a nation where wellbeing is front and centre.Read more »

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