A Queensland Spring day 4

Rainbow bird

ROCKHAMPTON To EMU PARK   A flicker of brilliant colour transformed your average morning exploration into something magical. Tiny Rainbow Bee Eaters were darting everywhere as we watched the sunrise, and the old bridge comes into the light. This was also the time of rude awakening. Having never travelled this far north before what we … Read more

Queensland Spring Day 2

photo of Wedged Tailed Eagle

A mysterious regrowth wonderland Murgon to Faulkner Park Back roads are the golden roads to discovery, and driving these roads to Mount Perry lookout found us at a mysterious regrowth wonderland. The plant life emerging after flooding was of soft green textured mounds, which gave beauty to the lifeless naked tree trunks it surrounded. These plants extended … Read more

A Taste of Queensland

Paulownia tree plantation photograph

Flowering forests, dark caves, ocean sunrises and soaring eagles are just a touch on spring in Queensland – 1   BRISBANE TO WOOROOLIN Only a short distance from Brisbane along the Bunya Hwy lies a hidden wetland, full of birds and graceful Gums. To fully appreciate resident and migratory fauna get up close and personal … Read more