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Reflections from the Reef


Embedded somewhere in my subconscious is the ultimate Tourism Australia campaign. Sure I also learned how to spell, do long division and love reading, but one curious legacy of my primary schooling is my Photoshopped notion of Australia. 1,100 more words


Discover Nature's Genius in Australia

Biomimicry Australia (BiomimicrySwarm Australia) is co-sponsoring and organising a Biomimicry Immersion workshop with Biomimicry 3.8 to be held September 5 – 10th, 2016 at Cape Tribulation in Queensland. 287 more words

Opening a Daintree Coconut

A few months ago I was travelling North along the East Coast of Australia and came across tonnes of trees with many coconuts.

YUM! Fresh coconuts are one of my favourite foods! 311 more words

Wild - Aboriginal Aussie Way

Is the grass always greener on the other side of the fence? Peek over the pickets and find out. This vast country is affluent, multicultural and laced with natural splendour. 381 more words


10th April - Port Douglas/Daintree/Mossman, Queensland, Australia

After brunch in Port Douglas we jump in the car and head north to Daintree – where the rainforest meets the ocean. We drive aboard the ferry that pulls us across to the national park. 567 more words

Into the Jungle

Daintree National Park

Part of the World Heritage Listed Wet Tropics of Queensland (Wet Tropics).

The Wet Tropics rainforests contain an almost complete record of the major stages in the evolution of plant life on earth. 

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A Daintree Day

Cairns was a brilliant starting point when it came to exploring the Daintree Rainforest area of Australia, and with just one day we managed to see a lot. 1,167 more words