Northern Australia Part 1- Wildlife Around Darwin

The first part of a four part series recounting a trip to Northern Australia. This the first part details wildlife seen around Darwin City including a sighting of the Northern Territory's most sought after mammal.....

Marsupial Magic at Perup.

An account of the resident marsupials of Tone-Perup Nature Reserve in the Southwest of Australia during the baking hot Summer of 2022. Highlights include a Numbat and numerous Western Quolls.

Carpet Python and Banksias – Oct 2021.

Exploring Western Australia's Great Southern Region for Rare Banksias results in an encounter with a Carpet Python and a host of other great reptiles.

The Wonderful Woylie – Nuts for Nuts!

An look at one of Southwestern Australia's charming marsupials - the Woylie. Seen here at both Dryandra Woodland and Tone-Perup Nature Reserve.

Larapinta Trail – Part 3 – Counts Point to Mount Sonder.

The final part of a three part blog walking the breathtaking 223km Larapinta Trail in the Northern Territory. Highlights of Part Three include Ormiston Gorge, Black-footed Rock Wallabies, camping on Hilltop Lookout, culminating in a dawn ascent of Mount Sonder for sunrise.

The Larapinta Trail – Part 2 – Brinkley Bluff to Counts Point.

The second of a three part blog walking the breathtaking 223km Larapinta Trail in the Northern Territory. Highlights of Part Two include treacherous Razorback Ridge and the world class views from Counts Point

The Larapinta Trail – Part 1 – Alice Springs to Brinkley Bluff.

The first of a three part blog walking the breathtaking 223km Larapinta Trail in the Northern Territory. Highlights of Part One include Standley Chasm, a very cute Budgie Family and camping at the summit of Brinkley Bluff

Kimberley Wildlife 2021 – The Mitchell Plateau and Kununurra

A mad two week dash to the Kimberley to revisit the remote Mitchell Plateau, followed by some chill time in Kununurra hanging with Rock Wallabies

Australian Lizards – Herping the Thorny Devil

A drive into the wide open spaces of Western Australia turns up a Thorny Devil hotspot and other cool reptile species.