See flying foxes, exotic plants, and aboriginal culture (including Wm and Cindy throwing boomerangs).
See crocodiles and other reptiles, Cindy cuddling a koala bear, kangaroos, and wallabies.
Tablelands around Cairns
See waterfalls, waterfowl, pythons, eels, giant strangler fig trees, turtles, lorikeets, parrots,
cute (and friendly) rock wallabies, and huge ant hills
Great Barrier Reef
See huge giant clams, tropical fish, colorful coral, sea cucumbers, and the Chinese Junk on which we sailed.
Amazing photos of prehistoric looking cassowaries, spiders the size of your hand,
bizarre insects, crocodiles, crabs, frogs, and huge ferns.
Three days of sailing, snorkeling, and beautiful sunsets.
(Here are also 90 photos from that trip,
mainly of interest to our fellow passengers on the Schooner Friendship.)
The largest sand island in the world, with pristine lakes, wild dingos, beautiful sunrises,
and surprisingly lots of trees.
Yes, Australia has its own area called New England, with beautiful fall color,
a wool fair, alpacas, and even a giant chicken.
A beautiful city with sharks in the aquarium and wild parrots in the trees.
Not to mention their famous opera house.