Australian Geographic Landscape Calendar 2024
From Australia's sunburnt heart to our battered shorelines, diverse forests and untamed bushland, our unique landscapes re as vast as they are varied. The Australian continent embodies a bold and unapologetic natural beauty. It takes a special photographer to do this landscape justice with imagery - one with patience, resilience and respect for an often inhospitable environment.
In the Australian Landscape 2024 calendar, we feature 13 beautiful images from the Australian Geographic archive. These photographs, taken on assignment or expedition by David Bristow, Quentin Chester, Don Fuchs, Justin Gilligan, Chrissie Goldrick, Andrew Gregory, Drew Hopper, Nick Rains and Luke Tscharke, are a testament to the Australian Geographic aim of sharing the best of Australia's nature, culture, people and places.
Experience the splendour of 13 of Australia’s most stunning landscapes depicted in vivid colour in images from the Australian Geographic photographic archive. With generous date boxes and all Australian school and public holidays included, this calendar makes the perfect home organiser or gift.
Cards (279.00mm x 216.00mm) Weight: 310g
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