Spangled Drongo
August 2012

The Spangled Drongo

There’s not many names that suit the character of a creature as aptly as the Spangled Drongo, a sort of yobo of the avian world that’s earned its name thro… More...



Mccleays Honeyeater
July 2012

Macleay’s Honeyeater

Endemic to Far North Queensland, between Cooktown and the southern end of the Paluma Range, the Macleay’s Honeyeater is an inconspicuous species that f… More...



Butterfly Cod
July 2012

Butterfly Cod

A striking looking creature, which looks as if it’s set to star in an underwater Chinese New Year Parade, the Butterfly Cod is adorned with fins and spikes… More...



dave-delaney
July 2012

David Delaney

Twenty five years’ in furniture removals saw David Delaney travel extensively throughout NSW and Queensland. Highways, dirt tracks, family, and… More...



Orange Thighed Frog
July 2012

Orange Thighed Frog

A colourful species endemic to the coastal region of Far North Queensland, the Orange thighed-Frog is adorned with a lime green dorsal, bright yellow feet… More...



Coral
July 2012

Lynette Wallworth – Coral: Rekindling Venus

An Australian artist who’s cinematic journeys typically reflect the connection people have with the natural environment, Lynette Wallworth has capt… More...



Orange Footed Scrubfowl Pair
July 2012

Orange-footed Scrubfowl

A member of the megapode bird family, which are typically stocky, chicken-like birds with small heads and large feet, the Orange Footed Scrubfowl is a comm… More...



Giant Clam
July 2012

Giant Clam

A beautiful sight to behold, the giant clam, which enjoys the warm waters surrounding the Great Barrier Reef, is the largest living bivalve mollusc. At tim… More...



Total Solar Eclipse
July 2012

Total Solar Eclipse 2012

A phenomenon that can only occur during a new moon, when the sun and moon are in conjunct with the earth, a total solar eclipse is a rare and spectacular event t… More...



Female Cruiser Butterfly
July 2012

Cruiser Butterfly

A colourful addition to Thala’s wildlife, the Cruiser Butterfly is a conspicuous resident that swoops and flutters amidst the local vegetation. It… More...



Chillagoe Caves
June 2012

Chillagoe Caves

Spectacular limestone caverns, passages and stalactites, in over 700 caves (some of which run for 11kms) comprise much of what is known as Chillagoe Caves… More...



Snorkelling Great Barrier Reef
June 2012

Snorkelling on the Great Barrier Reef

For a fun and accessible way to see rare and colourful creatures in a pristine coral environment, that’s also the largest in the world, there’s arguabl… More...



Humpback Whale Migration
June 2012

Whale Migration and Breeding

During autumn in Antarctica, when ice forms on the sea surface and the air takes on a palpable chill, a great whale migration occurs, as these prodigious mar… More...



Bush Stone Curlew Australia
June 2012

The Bush Stone Curlew

In the open forests and woodlands of Australia, particularly in the north, there roams a long legged, ground dwelling bird called the Bush Stone Curlew. Oc… More...



Cape Tribulation
June 2012

Five Unique Cape Tribulation Experiences

Located 110km north of Cairns within the Wet Tropics World Heritage area and Daintree National Park, where rainforest meets the tropical sea, Cape Tribul… More...



Maori Wrasse Australia
June 2012

Maori Wrasse

One of the many striking, yet rather unusual looking inhabitants of the Great Barrier Reef is the Maori Wrasse. This bone headed bather contains two deligh… More...



Night Dive
June 2012

Night Dive on the Great Barrier Reef

With such an array of wildlife, including six turtle species, numerous whales and dolphins, and over 150,000 species of tropical fish, the Great Barrier R… More...



Agile Wallaby Australia
June 2012

The Agile Wallaby

Classified as the largest known group of vertebrates to hop on the planet, the kangaroo family has been bouncing its way around arid and tropical parts of Au… More...



Undara Lava Tubes
May 2012

Undara Lava Tubes

Considered some of the largest and longest lava tubes on the planet, the Undara lava tubes, located in Undara Volcanic National Park in North Queensland, h… More...



Sunset Sail Port Douglas
May 2012

Sunset Sail Port Douglas

With pristine, white sandy beaches and the alluring clear waters of the Coral Sea, the Port Douglas region has much to offer. It shouldn’t be surprising t… More...