From bum-breathing reptiles to the biggest orgy on the planet, our underwater world sure isn’t lacking in the quirk department.
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Everything you need to know about whale watching in Hervey Bay
Everything you need to know about baby turtles and the turtle-hatching season
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Where to see turtles on the Southern Great Barrier Reef (guaranteed!)
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6 animals with attitude and where to find them
Is this the world’s most exclusive wildlife encounter?
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Where to find Queensland’s Great Eight
7 weird and wacky marine animals you’ll find in Queensland
Where can you cuddle a koala in Queensland?
5 things to do in Dalby and surrounds
The ultimate 5-day Turtle Tour family road trip
How to do the Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary in a day
Which whale watching boat is for you?
10 Daintree rainforest animals that are found nowhere else
The who’s who of Queensland animals
Queensland’s Australian animals encyclopaedia
A turtle’s tale: Izzy the green sea turtle goes home
The insider’s guide to Dreamworld
How to take the best Aussie animal selfies
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For hugs better than your grandma’s, you need to cuddle a koala.
Trivia time! Did you know that Queensland is the only place in the world where you can interact with these majestic creatures?
Heading to Dalby? Check out these must-do activities.
Pack your bags, grab the kids, and go on the ultimate Turtle Tour along the Southern Great Barrier Reef.
Grab your selfie sticks and follow these tips to make the most out of a day at the Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary.
Off to see the whales in Hervey Bay? Use this guide to find the right whale watching experience for you.
Step into this truly wild place and discover the unique Aussie animals that call the Daintree Rainforest home.
Queensland’s resident Australian animals are quite the characters. From Reggie the hipster kangaroo to Tex the bogan saltwater croc – come meet our quirky wildlife!
Queensland has more Aussie animal encounters than you can count on four paws. From koalas and kangaroos to wombats and wallabies, you’ll find all our awesome wildlife in the zoos and sanctuaries around the state.