Two German tourists have been navigated by Google Maps into a remote national park and become bogged, forcing them to walk to safety.
Women scientists are playing key roles in protecting Australian agriculture against invasive species while changing the face of a male-dominated sector.
Grain silos have become the canvas for impressive artwork for tiny country towns across Australia, painting a path to pride as well as prosperity.
An unwelcome visitor in the form of a 2.5 metre crocodile has been given its marching orders after being found snooping around the backyard of a family home.
With crocodiles on the move following recent floods and cyclones, Queensland residents are reminded not to feed the dangerous creatures.
A pastoralist who stumbled across a surprise discovery while mustering sheep has helped put outback Queensland on the map.
Melanoma researchers Richard Scolyer and Georgina Long have set their sights on an "incurable" cancer, giving a call to arms after winning awards.
Research has found a mini-marsupial eats its own after males die due to their large testes following mating sessions that can last up to 14 hours.
A country vet is designing an online course in resilience for colleagues enduring the stress, burnout and customer abuse besetting the profession.
A man standing next to his vehicle on K'gari has been bitten by a dingo in the sixth incident in about a month at the Queensland tourist spot.
A group of 25 swimmers have been saved from a rip by quick-thinking surf ironmen and ironwomen fresh from a competition.
The Parkes Elvis Festival is off to a hot and sweaty start, as thousands of fans spend a summer weekend in rural NSW to celebrate the king.
It's now or never for thousands of Elvis fans as they show off their collective burning love at Australia's biggest celebration of the king of rock 'n' roll.
Tens of millions of red crabs are scurrying to the coast of Christmas Island, in one of the world's most colourful annual mass migrations.
Rural churches are getting second lives as music studios, luxury homes and cosy BnBs after the COVID-19 pandemic, which left many in search of a quiet life.
It is alleged a jumping castle that became airborne, killing six primary school students in Tasmania, wasn't secured at all anchor points.
Scorching temperatures could place pressure on the energy grid as households and businesses are asked to reduce non-essential power use as much as possible.
A 2.8 metre saltwater crocodile has been found swimming in floodwaters in a north Queensland town after a creek burst its banks.
A 2.5 metre saltwater crocodile has been found swimming in floodwaters at a north Queensland town after a creek burst its banks.
Calls from rural Australians have doubled in the past year to a phone counselling service founded to help tradies, truckies and other blue collar workers.
Bills that broaden the scope for double jeopardy and allow DNA samples to be retained longer form part of a busy final week of Queensland parliament.
Dog owners are being urged to secure their pet pooches amid a rise in attacks on posties as we head into the busy Christmas delivery period.
A man who stowed away under a truck in a bid to secretly hitch a ride to Coffs Harbour, ended up in Queensland almost 400km away.
A Gold Coast optometry clinic has become the first in Australia to offer non-invasive treatment for dry eye disease.
Police on the NSW Central Coast are searching for an unknown surfer who helped pull an injured and unconscious scuba diver to shore.
Farmers are hitting the road for a series of workshops across Queensland and NSW to help other producers prepare mentally for the tough times ahead.
Queensland police have hailed the addition of new protective gear in keeping an officer safe after he was charged and trodden on by a bull on the loose.
More young women and people from multicultural backgrounds are choosing agriculture as a career, an analysis of census data over the past 15 years shows.
Three Queensland mates known as the Beefy Brothers are on a meaty pilgrimage through regional NSW, taking on two barbecue competitions.
The Australian National Field Days showcased the latest in agricultural innovation but among the shiny new gadgets yesteryear was ever present.
Thousands of walkers and furry friends have gathered in Melbourne for the late Olivia Newton-John's annual Walk for Wellness raising money for cancer treatment.