Western Australia


Perth is situated in the South West land Division of Western Australia. The majority of the metropolitan area of the city is located on the Swan Coastal Plain.

The City of Perth as seen from Kings Park and Botanical Gardens


Gold Coast

The Gold Coast lies 58 miles to the south of the state capital Brisbane. The area is very popular for water sports including paddle boarding and of course surfing. The wildlife of the area is diverse.

Looking towards ‘The Spit’

Margaret River area

A diverse habitat from Tuart forests to scenic coastline ensures there is plenty of interest for visitors to the area

Tuart Tree Forest Canopy

Lamington National Park

Lamington National Park is situated on the Queensland/New South Wales Border and lies on the Lamington Plateau of the McPherson Range

View Over the Lamington Forest

New South Wales

Sydney Botanical Gardens

The flora in the gardens (as you would expect) is spectacular but, providing you keep your eyes open, there is also a good variety of wildlife to be seen.

View of the Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge from the botanical gardens.