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A story about a mild-mannered, conservatively dressed old chap and his Dodge Charger. 

For 20 years no one could explain how the world’s largest geoglyph suddenly appeared in South Australia. Now there's a cash reward being offered to anyone with answers.

The Museum of Water

Tuesday June 26, 2018

Finally, what you’ve always wanted from a museum: baby tears and a 129,000-year-old jar of melted ice.

They’re inspired by ‘bothies’, a Scottish term for an abandoned cottage. 

Life on the Road

Monday May 28, 2018

These pictures of a life lived in campervans are pure wanderlust.

Back in the ’90s, this place was home to around 2,000 people. Now the Chinese ghost town of Houtouwan is blanketed by vines. 

The Head Hunter

Sunday March 25, 2018

Behold – possibly the world's coolest collection of logos from old and obscure bicycles, known as 'headbadges'.

“I had my fingers blacked by frostbite and endured temperatures so cold that three of my metal fillings contracted and fell out.” Read one man’s bone-chilling story of retracing the steps of Sir Ernest Shackleton in Antarctica. 

Surface Tent-Sion

Friday March 16, 2018

Yep, it's a floating tent. (Just don't go wandering about in the middle of the night in search of a tree to relieve yourself...)

Mullet Fest 2018 Just Happened

Thursday March 01, 2018

What were you doing last weekend? Were you in the small NSW town of Kurri Kurri? No? Pity.

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