Northern Australia Part 1- Wildlife Around Darwin

The first part of a four part series covering a trip to Northern Australia. This the first part deals with wildlife seen around the city of Darwin and includes 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.

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.

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

Fitzgerald River NP – Honey Possums and Banksias.

A weekend on Western Australia's stunning South Coast photographing banksias turns up incredible encounters with many amazing and ancient Honey Possums.

Kimberley Wildlife 2020 – Part 4 of 4 – Bell Gorge – Olive Python.

Part 4 of the Kimberley Odyssey includes an encounter with one of Australia's largest Snakes.

Kimberley Wildlife 2020 – Part 3 of 4 – Mount Hart Station – Northern Quoll.

Part 3 of the Kimberley Odyssey revisits the wonderful Quolls of Dolorite Gorge while the Cane Toad front is only kilometres away.

Kimberley Wildlife 2020 – Part 2 of 4 – Windjana Gorge – Freshwater Crocodile.

Part 2 of the Kimberley Odyssey including Crocodiles, Pythons, Ghost Bats and Rock Wallabies seen at the fabulous Kimberley sites of Windjana Gorge and Tunnel Creek.