Queensland

Lady Elliot Island

19/01/2017 by .

Famous for seasonal whale watching, Lady Elliot Island a 3,500 year old coral cay is among the most pristine and untouched sections of the Great Barrier reef. Our small glass bottom boat is bobbing up and down like a cork over the ocean swell   when the skipper jumps for joy shouting “we’ve got one, there’s two now… wow! Just look at them go”.

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The Great Barrier Reef

30/09/2015 by .

Dipping my head under the water and experiencing Australia’s Great Barrier Reef for the first time, I feel I’ve stepped uninvited into  a colourful underwater world where sea life is busily going about its business just like it has for thousands of years. I have to admit I feel a bit of a voyeur, just staring at all the busyness going on around me and then I realise no one down here is remotely interested, even the giant clams seem to look at me in a disdainful sort of way. It’s a busy life and everyone’s got somewhere to go.

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Sydney to Brisbane along Pacific Highway 1

28/06/2013This entry was posted in Australasia, Australia, New South Wales, Queensland, Sydney and tagged , on by .

Imagine, just for a moment, you’re looking up at a giant, immaculate, powdery-white sand dune that’s over 100 feet high.

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