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Eco Tourism Holidays in Western Australia

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

Western Australia

Slowly does it for the nest best thing

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.

Western Australia

Catch my drift

Broome, Western Australia.

Fleur Bainger cruises 12 hours west of Broome to one of the world's most pristine marine parks.

Western Australia

Far away in time

Desert pleasures ... Eco Beach Wilderness Retreat, rebuilt after cyclone Rosita in 2000.

Beyond red dust and pindan, Cameron Wilson tags turtles at an eco-beach resort south of Broome.

Western Australia

Catching the big one

Kerry van der Jagt joins the snappers keen to help save one of the kings of the ocean at Ningaloo Reef.

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