National Geographic Traveler's digital explorer, Andrew Evans, is wandering the globe in pursuit of authentic travel experiences. First he made his way south from Washington, D.C., to Antarctica—by bus. Next up was Australia, where he covered 18,000 miles on a wild, unscripted journey. What's next? Follow Andrew here and on Twitter (@wheresandrew) for his latest adventure.

Retrace Andrew's Journey Around Australia

Melbourne

Torquay

Video: Great Ocean Road

Video: Great Ocean Road

December 13, 2010

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Alpine National Park

My First Kangaroo

My First Kangaroo

December 15, 2010

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Latrobe

A Platypus Encounter

A Platypus Encounter

December 22, 2010

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Bay of Fires

The Bay of Fires

The Bay of Fires

December 28, 2010

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Cradle Mountain

Tasmanian Devils

Video: Tasmanian Devils

December 31, 2010

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Fraser Island

Christmas in Paradise

Christmas in Paradise

January 3, 2011

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Cairns

The Great Barrier Reef

Diving The Great Barrier Reef

January 11, 2011

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Perth

Way Out Woop Woop

Perth Park

January 14, 2011

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Uluru

Adelaide

Art Gallery

Photo: Art Gallery of South Australia

January 19, 2011

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Kangaroo Island

Andrew Hits a Kangaroo

January 19, 2011

W.O.W.W.

Way Out Woop Woop

Way Out Woop Woop

January 20, 2011

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Sydney

Kings Creek

Kings Creek

Mustering Brumbies

January 28, 2011

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Lord Howe Island

Mount Gower

Photo: Mount Gower

January 31, 2011

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Photos

  • Photo: Where's Andrew Clue 1

    Australia Highlights

    Enjoy some of Andrew's favorite photos from two months of traveling down under, from the Outback to the Great Barrier Reef, big cities to tiny towns.

Photo Trivia Game

  • Photo: Andrew Evans snorkels near coral in Australia

    Where's Andrew

    Take a look back through the daily clues Andrew sent us. Can you guess where each photo was taken?

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Andrew's Most Popular Blog Posts

  • Photo: Andrew Evans in Australia

    Mustering Brumbies

    Rounding up wild horses, like everything else, is different in Australia, as Andrew learned first-hand at Kings Creek.

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    The People and the Rock

    Hundreds of Aboriginal languages are still spoken in Australia today. Here, Andrew says "thank you" in Pitjantjatjara, a language spoken by only 4,000 people.

  • Photo: Andrew Evans snorkels near coral in Australia

    Diving the Great Barrier Reef

    Diving in the Great Barrier Reef was a lifelong dream for Andrew Evans. The abundance of life was unlike anything he'd ever seen.

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    The Bay of Fires

    Andrew Evans wanders the coastline of Tasmania's Bay of Fires, and stays at an eco-friendly hideaway that blends in with the gorgeous landscape.

  • Photo: plants in front of the tide-line in Fraser Island.

    Christmas in Paradise

    Andrew Evans spends the holidays on Fraser Island in Australia, wishing it was a picture perfect as a postcard.

  • Tasmanian devils.

    Video: Tasmanian Devils

    Andrew Evans visits a sanctuary to learn more about the rare, endangered Tasmanian Devil, which are only located in Tasmania.

  • Photo: View of a platypus from above

    A Platypus Encounter

    Andrew Evans fulfills a lifelong dream when he spots a platypus in the wild while traveling through Tasmania.

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    Video: Driving the Great Ocean Road

    Andrew Evans drives the Great Ocean Road, which stretches for over 150 miles along Australia's Southeast coast.

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    Music in Melbourne

    How did Melbourne become any indie music hub? Andrew Evans pals around with the bandmembers from The Lucksmiths to find out.

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    Balloon Boy

    On Andrew's first day in Melbourne, he explores the city and surrounding areas from above in a hot air balloon.

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    Field Trip to the Maps Department

    Our intrepid global nomad Andrew Evans is gearing up for his big trip. Today he visits the National Geographic Maps division to pick up some maps for the journey.

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