The Australian Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year is the largest and most prestigious natural history photo contest covering the region that includes Australia, New Zealand, Antarctica and Papua New Guinea. This calendar features the 2017 category winners and runners-up and a selection of the shortlisted photos.
Bradt’s Antarctica: a Guide to Wildlife is the most practical guide to the flora and fauna available for those ‘going south’.
This map features Antarctica on one side and Tierra del Fuego on the other, plus insets maps of Falkland Islands and Ushuaia.
No place on Earth compares to this vast white wilderness of elemental forces: snow, ice, water, rock. Antarctica is simply stunning. Lonely Planet will get you to the heart of Antarctica, with amazing travel experiences and the best planning advice.
When Australian-based scientist Chris Turney’s expedition got stuck in the Antarctic ice in 2013, it brought global attention to the dangers of the world’s least-known continent – and its fragility. Turney tells his own dramatic tale against the backdrop of the compelling history of Antarctic exploration and inspired by fears for the continent’s future.
A fun and colourful approach to the mysterious world of Antarctica, covering its history of discovery and exploration, the plant and animal life that lives there and its use by humans throughout history.