Antarctica : Article
Sam Vincent gets that shrinking feeling on a dip to prove his polar credentials.
Joanna Hall To the uninitiated, cruising may appear a one-dimensional kind of holiday, floating on the seas somewhere exotic with many people, eating too much and sunbathing with a cocktail in hand.
The Shackleton Epic The crew of the Alexandra Shackleton arrived at King Haakon Bay, South Georgia early in the morning on 4 February (AEDT) completing the first leg of their expedition.
The Shackleton Epic SIX British and Australian adventurers are about to recreate one of the greatest journeys of human survival.
Lissa Christopher From 3000 metres, Lissa Christopher views the frozen continent on a flight-seeing tour - and she's home for dinner.
Cruising: shore excursions
When you've got leopard seals that could come up at any point, it's good to know someone is keeping an eye on things.
Surrounded by penguins and pack ice, Robert Upe hears tales of polar endurance in the Weddell Sea.
John Huxley joins a shipload of experts, enthusiasts and 'penguin people' on a mission in the Sub-Antarctic Islands.
Nature is always amazing, but sometimes it pulls a really freakish rabbit out of a hat.
Break out your green clobber and do St Patrick's Day in Dublin.
Inscrutable Antarctica continues to reveal itself to this explorer.
A century after the explorer embarked on his expedition, Louise Southerden steps ashore on Australia's Antarctica.
Following a fine tradition, Ben Groundwater goes on expedition to a wilderness no longer so inaccessible.
KATRINA LOBLEY Small can be beautiful for solo travellers.
The locals are out in force to greet Maria Visconti at the sub-Antarctic outpost, Macquarie Island.
Roy Masters rides the swell on a maiden voyage past giant icebergs and Shackleton's resting place.
This photographer and environmentalist is about to lead an expedition to Antarctica.
Forget Sydney Harbour, Matt Collins attends a New Year's Eve do with the ultimate views.
With an Airbus A380 added to the route, more people are on board to see Antarctica, writes Chris Johnston.
Jo Chandler Moments in time are perfectly preserved in the freezer of Antarctica. By a summer lake in a valley about 400 kilometres west of Australia’s Casey base, the Cold War still endures, overlaid by the...