At the liquefied gas loading point in northern Australia, the deep-sea tankers can be filled directly / © Photo: Georg Berg

War and energy

Fossil fuels should not be promoted as sustainable and natural gas should not be obtained via pipelines. Independence from despots would be another goal.

Unobstructed panoramic view from the bedroom. The furnishings could not be more practical / © Photo: Georg Berg

Glamping and Hide Aways

Travel greener and be close to nature? Instead of camping, there’s glamping, a night in the barrel or digital detox in a patrician house without electricity. Deceleration guaranteed.

Long Tom Dreaming - Guide Thommo (name changed) explains the 20,000-year-old Aboriginal art of his ancestors / © Photo: Georg Berg

Aboriginal history(s)

The Australian Aborigines’ concept of ownership is different from ours. They belong to the land and not vice versa. Their lives are shaped by it.

Australian morning sky
/ © Photo: Georg Berg

Outback Floatplane Adventures

In a seaplane we set off from Darwin for the ultimate trip into the outback. Helicopters, airboats and crocodiles await us on the Finniss River

Every minute a new color composition at the sunset at the Mary River / © Photo: Georg Berg

Bamurru Plains Lodge

On the former Buffalo Ranch, even the most prominent guests quickly perceive themselves as part of the environment; on foot, on the quad or the propeller boat

In the rainy season only accessible by air: The outback behind Darwin is crisscrossed by many watercourses. Bridges are scarce / © Photo: Georg Berg

The North of Australia

The Northern Territory is almost four times the size of Germany, but has only 250,000 inhabitants. In the tropical climate there is only rainy season and dry season here

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