Yegge is a time of cooler days and lower humidity – it’s a great time to visit Kakadu. The floodplains and waterholes are shrouded in early morning mist which rises […]
Little penguins are truly amazing birds as the recent recovery of a band from a dead bird on Gabo Island reveals. I banded the bird as a fledgling on Bowen […]
Booderee recently celebrated a major milestone of our Eastern Bristlebird conservation program with the 500th survey in March! The distribution of the endangered eastern bristlebird is highly fragmented in coastal […]
Join us for an exciting range of activities for all ages and interests. Take a stroll with a traditional owner and learn about edible plants, medicines, and tools or join […]
Kakadu staff have been debating the source of frog and gecko remains left on tables and benches at the Bowali Park Headquarters during the past few months. A ghost bat was […]
The sheer abundance and diversity of life in this stone country has surprised and heartened all of us.
Here’s a great movie shot by Parks Australia’s Michael Nelson while on a field trip to Pulu Keeling National Park. I just love these little guys! Alasdair, Christmas Island National […]
An eye-catching initiative on Christmas Island is helping to save the world’s largest remaining robber crab population from becoming a road statistic. More than 850 robber crabs were killed on […]