At a small reptile park in the Queensland town of Childers, I find the new crocodile hunter… just don’t call him that!
On a tiny island at the bottom of the Great Barrier Reef, it takes a lot of planning and ingenuity to run a resort for tourists.
At the southernmost point of the Great Barrier Reef, some of the best water and coral life is around Lady Elliot Island. See for yourself!
At one of the largest turtle breeding grounds in the Pacific Ocean, rangers are faced with the challenge of balancing conservation and tourism.
The rainforests in this part of the world are just how scientists believe the supercontinent Gondwana would have looked – in a time when dinosaurs ruled!
After so long travelling overseas, it’s sometimes a surprise to realise there are world-class sites so close to where I grew up.
Facing one of my biggest fears, I jump on the back of a motorbike for a tour of the Gold Coast. Was I right to be afraid?
On a road trip from Melbourne, a wonderful stop is Wilsons Promontory. The biggest problem is finding enough time to see it all!
I don’t think words can do a sunset like this justice. So I’ll let the photos speak for themselves, here on Victoria’s Wilsons Promontory.