Spectacular Winning Photos Of The Australia’s 2018 Photographer Of The Year Contest

Australian Photography’s Photographer of the Year is the largest amateur photography competition in the Southern Hemisphere, with photographers competing for a prize pool valued at over $46,000 in cash and prizes in 2018.


Jasmine Vink/Australia’s 2018 Photographer of the Year by Panasonic

A series of striking images of endangered amphibians has won Brisbane ecologist Jasmine Vink the overall title of the 2018 Photographer of the Year, presented by Panasonic. Continue reading »

The 2019 Australian Firefighter Calendar Is Here And Still The Hottest Way To Raise Money For Charity

The 2019 Australian Firefighters Calendar is here and these sexy dudes are back at it, posing shirtless to raise money for the Children’s Hospital Foundation. The tradition has been around since 1993. Firefighters first began posing to raise money for research into childhood burns and they’ve been able to raise over $2.3 million since starting. Continue reading »

From Australia With Love – Beauty Photography By Chris Dwyer

Chris Dwyer is an internationally recognized photographer specialising in both women’s and men’s fashion. His passion for photography was discovered whist living in Canada, where by early in his career, he became a top ranked headshot photographer. Continue reading »

Incredible-Looking Bookshelf Created By A Couple From Australia

We all lived through a Pinterest phase at some point. No wonder – the page can easily get you hooked with all sorts of inspiring pictures, starting from design to fashion and photography. In some cases those pictures can’t be just pinned and forgotten, they need to be made in real life, and that was the case with the picture of a bookshelf Jessica and Sinclair Breen found online. Continue reading »

Beautiful Drone Photography Over South Australia By Mr Bo

Mr Bo aka SA from Above is a talented young photographer based in South Australia, who uses drone to capture vibrant and stunning aerial photos. “My quest for seeking extraordinary captures has driven me to devise and explore extraordinary means to view the object from a unique angle,” he says. SA from Above plans his trips using Google Maps and Earth, he likes to shoot textures, symmetry, lines and patterns in the environment. Continue reading »

What Australia Looks Like In The Winter

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Australia turns white in the winter time but not from the snow. Some places still turn white due to creatures that spin massive webs around that time of year and they look like this. Continue reading »

Star Wars Millennium Falcon-Style Home In Australia

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A luxurious futuristic mansion is set to be a force on the property market – because it looks like the Millennium Falcon. The stunning four-bedroom Alkira in the Daintree rainforest, near Cape Tribulation, in Queensland, Australia, has attracted comparisons to the iconic Star Wars spaceship with the battleship grey colour and shape of the home bearing a stark resemblance Han Solo’s legendary craft. Continue reading »

Vivid Sydney: Festival Of Lights In the Heart Of Australia

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Photo by Cameron Spencer / Getty Images

Vivid is lighting up at Taronga Zoo for the first time with ten giant animal sculptures representing critical species the zoo is committed to protecting. Held annually, Vivid Sydney is the world’s largest festival of light, music and ideas running for 23 days. Continue reading »

Mesmerizing Aerial Pictures Of Australia Taken With A Drone

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Gabriel Scanu and his father, a cinematographer, take mesmerizing aerial photos of Australia and other places with a drone. Continue reading »

Get Lost In The Majesty Of These Incredible Photos From Australia

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Australia is home to some of the greatest beaches in the world but to truly appreciate them, you need to dive into the crystal clear water and experience them for yourself. That’s precisely how award-winning Australian photographer Warren Keelan achieves these majestic shots of giant swells and towering waves. Continue reading »

Rare Sighting of a “Blue Dragon” Spotted on the Shores of Australia

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Depending on your tastes, this bizarre little blue creature may inspire either aww-worthy shrieks of excitement or a bit of discomforted shock, possibly a combination of both. Meet the blue dragon, one of the weirdest and most wonderful little-known animals in the world. The proper name of this mythical-looking creature is Glaucus atlanticus, or blue sea slug, and although it is much smaller than its fictional brethren of lore (only about an inch or two in length) it has a host of nasty tricks up its sleeve—er wing? Continue reading »

Stunning Aerial Photos Of Australia From Above

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Salt pans and dams are scattered across drought effected farmland in Western Australia, November 12, 2015. A pioneering Australian scheme to improve the management of water in the world’s driest inhabited continent is facing its first real test as an intensifying El Nino threatens crops and builds tensions between farmers and environmentalists. An El Nino, a warming of sea-surface temperatures in the Pacific, is already causing drought and other extreme weather, affecting millions of people across parts of the world, and experts warn that the intensifying weather pattern could emerge as one of the strongest on record. (Photo by David Gray/Reuters)
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Beautiful Aerial Photos Of The Blue Salt Fields, Shark Bay, Australia

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Photographer Simon Butterworth took aerial shots of it. Shots of blue salt fields look so surreal and literally patterns of abstract painting. It’s obvious that it is worthy of appreciation and it was also shortlisted for the 2015 Sony World Photography awards. Continue reading »

The Incredible Painted Western Australia Grain Silos

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Commissioned public work on the CBH Group grain silos in Northam, Western Australia. This project was organized and funded by FORM for PUBLIC 2015. Exterior latex enamel and spray paint on concrete. All Images via Bill Shaylor. Continue reading »

Slacklining in Australia

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Antek Marciniec holds onto a slackline after falling off as he highlines between two cliffs at Diamond Bay on December 21, 2014 in Sydney, Australia. Slacklining is a balance sport in which participants walk on a flat nylon webbing anchored between two points with the tension adjusted to allow for slack, providing an experience similiar to that of walking on a trapmoline. Highlining is a style of slacklining where the two anchor points are set up with significant elevation from the ground or water. (Photo by Cameron Spencer/Getty Images)
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Sculptures by the Sea 2014 – Art on Australia’s Beaches

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The annual Sculpture by the Sea exhibition in Sydney features dozens of sculptures on Bondi and Tamarama beaches and along the coastal path between them. The free outdoor exhibition, now in its 18th year, stretches for 2km along the coastline and includes work by artists from 16 countries. It runs from 23 October to 9 November 2014. Here: “Breaching” by Michael Greve is displayed during the 2014 Sculptures by the Sea exhibition at Marks Park on October 23, 2014 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Cameron Spencer/Getty Images)
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Fantastic Wave Rock in Hyden Wildlife Park, Australia

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Wave Rock is a natural rock formation that is shaped like a tall breaking ocean wave. The “wave” is about 14 m (46 ft) high and around 110 m (360 ft) long. It forms the north side of a solitary hill, which is known as “Hyden Rock”. Continue reading »

Brutus the Giant Crocodile Attacks Shark in Australia

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A 5.5 metre massive crocodile makes mince meat out of a bull shark in Kakadu’s Adelaide River on August 5, 2014 in Kakadu, Australia. The crocodile forced the bull shark into the mangroves and devoured the bull shark. A 43 year old Sydney father took these exclusive photos in the Northern Territory. (Photo by Andrew Paice/Getty Images)

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“Falling Back To Earth” Exhibition in Australia


“Falling Back To Earth” promises to be both spectacular and meditative, and presents a beautiful, thought-provoking vision of our relationship with the earth and with each other. (Photo by Dave Hunt/EPA) Continue reading »

World Solar Challenge 2013 in Australia


In this photo taken on Tuesday, Oct. 8, 2013, The Indupol One of the Belgian solar team rides across a desert, 285 kilometers South of Alice Springs, Australia. The solar challenge race, lasting for seven days, will take 43 participants over 3,021 kilometers before ending on Sunday, Oct 13. (AP Photo/Geert Vanden Wijngaert) Continue reading »

Nicole Kidman for Harper’s Bazaar Australia, June-July 2012

Nicole Kidman with her daughters for Harper’s Bazaar Australia in photographs by Will Davidson. Continue reading »

Ugg Australia Release Bridal Line

Ugg Australia released a three piece capsule collection for their newest line “I Do.” The collection consists of a silver suede Bailey I Do, a white fluffy flip flop and a white sequined studded boot named Sparkles I Do. Would you?

Spiders Spin Webs Across Eastern Australia to Escape Flood Waters

Three Australian states have record-high summer rains over the past week, flooding rivers and forcing dams to overflow. Over 13,000 people were evacuated from their homes, Tuesday, as regions of eastern Australia are submerged in water. However, humans are not the only sufferers of flooding in Australia. Spiders have reportedly spun webs around trees, plants and bushes to escape flood waters.

Spiders are seen in their webs spun round dry sticks on a bush next to flood waters in Wagga Wagga March 6, 2012. (REUTERS/Daniel Munoz) Continue reading »

Thousands Compete in the World’s Largest Open Water Race in Australia

The Lorne Pier to Pub is an annual, 1.2-km open water swimming race held in January at Lorne, a town located on the Great Ocean Road in Victoria, Australia. It began in the 1970s, when members of the Lorne Surf Life Saving Club dared each other to dive from the pier, swim through Louttit Bay and finish by body-surfing the waves onto the Lorne foreshore, before attending the Lorne Pub. Continue reading »

Huge Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition in Sydney, Australia

Sculptures by the Sea is a huge free-to-the-public outdoor sculpture exhibition, spread out over a 1.3-mile coastal walk from Bondi to Tamarama beach in Sydney, featuring over 100 sculptures by artists from Australia and across the world. (Rob Griffith/Associated Press) Continue reading »