Australia’s nuclear test sites are some of the world’s most isolated locations, used by the British government to test weapons in the 1950s and 60s.
When the Romans left Britain in the 5th century, the city of London was abandoned. It remained empty for 400 years.
For sixty years, the Tabbigai Cliff Dwellers lived in the sandstone cliffs overlooking the ocean near Botany Bay.
Never used for train services, the secret tunnels at St James station in Sydney have led a fascinating, shadowy existence.
Japanese architecture, wealthy industrialists, and Doctor Emmett Brown; the real Back to the Future house has quite a backstory.
Before the Sydney Opera House was built its location, Bennelong Point, was already an important part of the city, with a long history.
Ball’s Pyramid is a tooth shaped rock off the east coast of Australia. It is part of a submerged continent, and home to the world’s rarest insect.
If you think skiing in Victoria you think: Mt Hotham, Mt Buller, Bright. But before those, Victoria’s most popular ski resort could be found on Mt Donna Buang, near Warburton.
65 million years ago, the earth had a very bad day. This was the end of the age of the dinosaurs, and the key to what happened was found in the hidden Chicxulub Crater, in Mexico.
Wendy Whiteley was a complex woman who lead an eventful life. On Sydney Harbour’s north shore, Wendy’s Secret Garden is part of her legacy.