Unseen Australia

Modern life presents a dispiriting dichotomy. We are inundated with information about the world we know, or think we know, but often that flood of news can drown the stories of people and places outside the public eye. Some escape our gaze because of geographical remoteness, or because they lie in a culture of secrecy. Distance can be overcome by modern-day communications and transport. Firing up the imagination is a harder task. So much remains hidden because we don't know where to look or because our curiosity has been dulled: we've forgotten how to see, or we limit our journeys to...

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