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The official guide to Australia's iconic national parks

The red crab migration in numbers

50 million  The number of red crabs on Christmas Island!

100,000 The eggs a single female can brood Continue reading “The red crab migration in numbers”

Encounter culture at the Cultural Centre

Guest blogger Maree Clout spent some time exploring Anangu life and history at Uluru’s Cultural Centre

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11 Ways the Red Crab Migration is Awesome

Sir David Attenborough called it one of the ‘most astonishing and wonderful sights’. Here’s why! Continue reading “11 Ways the Red Crab Migration is Awesome”

Whale-watching best at Booderee

Each year humpback whales and southern right whales make an epic journey to Queensland waters to breed. Then in the northern hemisphere spring they head back to  Antarctic waters with their newborns.

At these times of year visitors flock to Booderee to try and catch a glimpse of these enchanting, impressive creatures in the waters of Jervis Bay. Continue reading “Whale-watching best at Booderee”

This timelapse video of Uluru will take your breath away!

Kartikeya Sharma only began practicing photography about a year and a half ago, but that hasn’t stopped him creating an epic timelapse video of Australia’s most iconic tourist destination. Continue reading “This timelapse video of Uluru will take your breath away!”

Photographing Norfolk Island

Guest blogger, photographer Zach Sanders takes us around his home of Norfolk Island.
For me Norfolk Island is a photographer’s paradise. One minute I could be in the water photographing waves, turtles, sharks and fish only to jump straight out and photograph a completely contrasted landscape, with Norfolk Pines, jagged cliff faces and beautiful bay settings.

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Photographing Cocos (Keeling) Islands

The Cocos (Keeling) Islands are one of the most photogenic destinations in Australia.

Guest blogger, photographer Karen Willshaw shares her professional tips to capture stunning pictures of this magnificent atoll. Continue reading “Photographing Cocos (Keeling) Islands”

Photographing Cocos (Keeling) Islands – beneath the waves

Guest blogger, Karen Willshaw shares her secrets for photographing the underwater paradise better known as Cocos (Keeling) Islands Continue reading “Photographing Cocos (Keeling) Islands – beneath the waves”

Australia, unplugged

Increasing numbers of people are choosing to shut off electronic devices and get back to nature with a digital detox

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