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Eco Tourism Holidays in Queensland

Illustration: Michael Mucci.

Once more to the breach, dear friends

Travel Insider Watching Australia's whales migrate has grown into a $260 million industry.

Queensland

On whale watch

Ocean frolic ... southern humpbacks come for a closer look in the Great Sandy Strait.

Tom Neal Tacker discovers a healthy population of southern humpbacks and a noisy fan club off Fraser Island.

Queensland

Meet the beach babies

Mon Repos Conservation Park turtle.

An ancient turtle life cycle fascinates Mal Chenu.

Queensland

Splash and tickle

The future of eco-tourism ... Lady Elliot Island off the Queensland coast.

Tom Neal Tacker mixes with manta rays and listens to whale song at an eco resort at Lady Elliot Island.

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