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Eco Tourism Holidays in Australia

Whale watching

NSW

Breaching new heights

Katrina Lobley gives a blow-by-blow account of her first whale sighting.

South Australia

Life is but a stream

Murray River, South Australia.

Sue Williams takes a drive along the mighty Murray on its stately journey to the sea.

The utmost of privacy is reserved for fly-ins to an exclusive Port Phillip resort

Mud Island

Darren Gray It is in the Melway - but you would never try to drive there. It is home to thousands of part-time residents who travel from around the world to spend summer there - but few Melburnians have ever...

Western Australia

Slowly does it for the nest best thing

turtles, Gnaraloo Station, Western Australia. Photograph by Fleur Bainger. 
 

Fleur Bainger pulls an all-nighter in the name of nature, making like a rock as a 100-kilogram turtle digs its nest beside her.

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