Lady Musgrave Island – Camping, Turtles, Seabirds and Snorkeling
Lady Musgrave Island appears in front of us after 2 hours of steaming into the open ocean on our boat the Lady Musgrave Experience. A sheltered blue lagoon so clear the reefs and fish are visible underneath, surround the island’s white sandy beach and green oasis of forest.
Agnes Water – Beaches, Turtles, Kangaroos and Sunrises
The twin coastal towns of 1770 and Agnes Water sit within 6 km of each other on the Discovery Coast and are the gateway to the Southern Great Barrier Reef and Lady Musgrave Island. Agnes Water is a touristy beach town and 1770, named after the year that Captain Cook first landed and discovered the area is the more untouched of the two.
Three Adorable Babies at an Elephant Sanctuary in Chiang Mai
Short stumpy legs slide in the mud, heads down, ears flapping, tails up, trunks swinging and play trumpeting, the three baby elephants mischievously overtake us on the path. We catch up with them when they stop for their favourite juicy plants and leaves.
We look forward to returning to Lumholtz Lodge after visiting a few years before. During our last visit, we met Geoffrey the adorable tree kangaroo made famous by photographers and wildlife publications from around the […]
Short stumpy legs slide in the mud, heads down, ears flapping, tails up, trunks swinging and play trumpeting, the three baby elephants mischievously overtake us on the path. We catch up with them when they […]
During the annual migration, it’s whales galore in Hervey Bay. Baby whales show off, whales mug our boat, blue oceans, perfect weather, a room with a view, mouth-watering food and ice-cold cocktails on the harbour […]
A Bali stopover is perfect after visiting one of Indonesia’s national parks. The packed beaches of Kuta, the cool mountain air of Ubud, attending a festival, or searching for Nemo among coral reefs; there is […]