"They're swimming a metre away from you, checking you out..."
We don’t know how to say this, but he’s kind of a big deal.
Hervey Bay is the whale watching capital of Australia but there are also plenty of opportunities to see whales in their element all along the Queensland coast. Here are seven locations to go whale watching in Queensland.
For those who want to get up close and oh-so-personal with this World Heritage-listed wonder.
Don’t just take a holiday to see them, take a holiday that saves them.
Pack your bags, grab the kids, and go on the ultimate Turtle Tour along the Southern Great Barrier Reef.
The Tyto wetlands on the outskirts of Ingham have been developed over the last few years as a nature reserve and are now one of the top sites for viewing the many species of birds that visit this beautiful 120 hectare site.
Gold was discovered in Charters Towers in 1871 by an Aboriginal horseboy, Jupiter, who was travelling with prospectors looking for gold. He came across it by chance whilst rounding up their horses which had bolted in fright during a thunderstorm.