This summer saw one of the most destructive fire seasons in the country’s history. But once the gaze of global news departs, how does the community carry on?
At 15, Simon Burstall made two discoveries that would change him forever: photography and raves.
Photographer Thomas Ling shoots the surfers of the country’s west coast: one of the most harshly beautiful – and endangered – environments in Australia.
In his new photo book, Wellard, Tim Palman spotlights Perth’s ‘private estates’ – developments that offer an artificial suburban lifestyle to their residents.
Photographer David Maurice Smith draws on his previous career as a social worker to better understand the disenfranchised side of Australian life.
Russell Ord started putting himself between the waves to find his own space in the world of surf photography. Now, his fearless approach to life is being captured in a documentary.
On his first album, Alex Cameron created a grandiose alter-ego as a way of dealing with his anxieties. Now he’s taking on apathy – and forcing us all to listen.
Ying Ang grew up on Australia's Gold Coast, where a dark underworld formed part of everyday life. But finally going back home, at the age of 30, illuminated what drives her.
From standup to satire, in the right hands jokes can trigger change. But bad comedy can also backfire, especially when it comes to the likes of Trump.
Ellie Kammer is tired of the lack of awareness about endometriosis, a life-changing and debilitating gynaecological condition that affects one in ten women.
On World Refugee Day, activists storm the Australian embassy in London with a boat to symbolise the thousands of desperate refugees turned away from Australian shores.
Traversing eras, personalities, nations and technologies – all on Rusty’s front porch.