“They’re swimming a metre away from you, checking you out…”
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One of Queensland’s newest attractions is also one of its biggest – literally.
Trivia time! Did you know that Queensland is the only place in the world where you can interact with these majestic creatures?
What do peduncles and profiteroles have in common? Get schooled on the quirks of the humpbacks in Hervey Bay.
Australia’s whale watching capital has once again shown its love for whales with the third annual Paddle out for Whales taking place on Saturday.
There’s something extremely special about witnessing these enormous, magnificent creatures up close and personal as they effortlessly cruise past.
Wake up and smell the coffee (and bacon!).
If you’re lucky, you’ve snorkelled, swum and dived the Great Barrier Reef, but only a fortunate few get to sleep over.
Does eye-to-eye encounters with whales, shark feeds and drift diving with pelagics sound like your idea of a holiday? Then this guide is for you.
The best diving in the world can be found within our state’s borders.