Animals & Wildlife

Moreton Island National Park | Moreton Island

Covering an area of 17,000 hectares Moreton Island National Park lies 40km East of Brisbane. The island is made up almost entirely of sand and contains the world's tallest sand hill at 280 metres. Beautiful freshwater lakes are a principal feature. At the North Eastern end of the island is Cape Moreton Lighthouse built in 1857, the oldest in Queensland. The island is located on the migratory route...

South Australian Whale Centre | Victor Harbour

Situated on the foreshore of Encounter Bay in a 130 year old heritage building this hands-on centre displays information on whale history, heritage, behaviour and habitat. The centre houses the only remaining tools from the local whaling industry of the 1800s.

Yanchep Town | Yanchep

Yanchep is one of the most rapidly developing resort towns in Western Australia. Located only 47 kms north of Perth. The name Yanchep is of Aboriginal origin, and is derived from "yanget", a native flax or bulrush , that is still found in Yanchep National Park. Yanchep is coupled with neighbouring town Two Rocks and is often referred to as Yanchep Two Rocks. Just one hours drive north of Perth,...

Eaglehawk Dive Centre | Eaglehawk Neck

'Eaglehawk' offers exciting diving trips to local seal colonies, kelp forests, caves, canyons and wrecks. Experience the beauty of Tasman Peninsula where whales and dolphins are regularly sighted. Equipment hire and diving courses are also available