From the pretty seaside town of Yeppoon to the spectacular caves of Capricorn.
Black Tip reef sharks patrolling the foreshore on Prudhoe Island…I had a snorkel with them!!
Throughout the expedition we’ll be working with Reef Check Australia to help monitor life on the reef…
A selection of the week’s images…
A little historical catch-up on the first Englishman to sail along these shores…
“We are sailing, we are sailing!!” – back out onto the ocean and heading north.
Carnarvon Gorge is simply stunning, with yellow-white sandstone cliffs, waterfalls, secret pools and an abundance of wildlife.
One of the jewels in the Capricorn group of islands within the Great Barrier Reef is Heron Island, a coral cay surrounded by pure white sand and crystal clear turquoise blue waters.
Our next destination was the beautiful Cania Gorge National park and our route there from Bundaberg via Mount Perry passed through stunning scenery and over some very steep roads, but our Apollo Motorhome sailed up and down them with no worries.
Interview with Tim Harvey, the manager of Heron Island Research Station about the work going on there