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It’s an awesome issue, one of Wild’s best ever, with several stories in there—like Dan Slater’s piece on paddling Tasmania’s Western Arthurs, and Alex Parson’s account of being bitten by a snake in the Kimberley—destined to become all-time classics. There’s also a piece by Bob Brown, Christine Milne and Tabatha Badger looking at Lake Pedder; a piece on climbing all NZ’s 3000+m peaks in a single month; a feature on walking the Top End’s little-known Tabletop Track; track notes on WA’s surprising Stirling Ranges; a photo essay on Kosciuszko's high country huts; and loads more. And not only are the stories themselves amazing; the issue has been bumped up to 124 pages, and there’s also been a complete redesign of the mag, too.