Australian Geographic

Old and new horizons

I USED TO HAVE a tattered old copy of AG’s Adventurers and Dreamers map of Australia pinned to my office wall marked up with coloured dots for all the places we’d published stories about.

The island of Tasmania was entirely obscured by sticky dots, and I understood why a region of such wild, untrammelled beauty

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