Volunteers walking ashore after checking seagrass

LOOKING AFTER SEAGRASS – KIMBERLEY STYLE

This morning I met the volunteers working on the Broome Community Seagrass Monitoring Project as they came ashore at Town Beach. They’d just finished almost four hours looking at the seagrass that is home or food for many of the marine creatures living in Roebuck […]

CAPE YORK FERAL PIGS – HOW DO WE STOP THEM KILLING OUR TURTLES?

When Captain Cook landed at the Endeavour River in far north Queensland in 1770, a lot of things changed. Local indigenous people had what was probably their first encounter with Europeans, the outside world became aware of a place that would soon be explored and […]

SPLASH THE GREEN TURTLE WILL BE GOING BACK TO SEA THIS WEEK

THE WORLD HAS 7 MARINE TURTLE SPECIES – 6 OF THEM LIVE HERE IN FNQ

Far north Queensland is a great place to see marine turtles – and there’s nothing like a close encounter with these beautiful sea creatures. Their presence is a sign of a healthy maritime environment. Our tropical waters are home to six of the world’s seven […]