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- Gene Fausey on Picture of the Day: Kayaking Australia’s Murray River
- Dobbs on On Walkabout In: Werribee Gorge State Park – Part 2
- Gail Fooks on On Walkabout In: Werribee Gorge State Park – Part 2
- e c on On Walkabout At: Hanging Rock, Victoria
- Maureen from PghPA on How Big Is Australia Compared to the United States?
Here is a heck of a fish tale for everyone: THE fishing has improved in the inland community of Mutchilba – this resident grabbed a 30kg barra from a drain with his bare hands. The Cairns Post reports baker Tony …
Good luck with this because stopping the explosive growth in southeast Queensland is going to be a tough task: RESULTS from a Galaxy poll suggest that 60 per cent of Queenslanders want the Government to take steps to limit the …
It looks like this shark is having a feast for himself over in Queensland: Whale carcasses left to rot in south-east Queensland’s Moreton Bay could be attracting a monster shark believed to be lurking in the area. A three-metre plus …
This is just incrediblly cruel: A woman accused of drowning a newborn baby before cutting it in half has faced a committal hearing in far north Queensland. Violet Flora Evans, 52, today faced Cairns Magistrates Court charged with murder, concealing …
Nari’s Beach is an island idyll. Via Australian Geographic.
With mangroves to the north, fringing coral reefs and a secluded campsite that accommodates just 12 people a night, Hook Island’s Crayfish Beach is a golden spot for camping. Via Australian Geographic.
Queensland has many great icons, but I think that is pretty obvious that there is nothing more representative of Queensland than the Great Barrier Reef: THE Great Barrier Reef has topped the list of 150 Queensland icons nominated by Queenslanders …
You can always count on Queensland for a good giant spider story: GIANT spiders have invaded the North Queensland city of Bowen. For about six weeks, residents have reported seeing huge bird-eating spiders crawling around their backyards and gardens. Amalgamated …
World Heritage Listed, Daintree National Forest is home to over 18,000 known plant species, and some trees in the park date to over 2,500 years old. It’s quite possible that within your first 100 meters of setting foot in the …