• Spring has Sprung: Watch out for Wildflowers

    August 24, 2017
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    What do wildflowers look like? Wildflowers can be any native flowering plant, including tree, shrubs and herbage. Usually associated to form carpets of colours, such as those famous in Western Australia. Gum trees can turn snowy white, and drip with nectar, blue blur of bluebells growing on the edges of roads, golden blaze of wattles,… Read more »

  • Bigger than Ben-Hur – A Party in the Outback

    August 17, 2017
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    By Pauline MacDonnell If you lived in the middle of Brisbane, few would ever consider hosting their own 40th birthday party in their home or backyard.   The idea of throwing a 21st birthday or better yet their own wedding at home is just not a thought worth entertaining.   It would be so much easier to… Read more »

  • Reptiles on the Move

    August 10, 2017
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    Meryl Eddie here from BOOBOOK Ecotours, Roma, Outback Queensland. Even though we’ve had a relatively warm winter in Outback Queensland, the winter months have been cool enough to encourage most of our Australian reptiles to stay tucked away for a while longer.   Although not as long as I expected: It’s early August and our last… Read more »

  • Sturt’s Desert Rose: A rare find in Outback Queensland

    August 2, 2017
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    Guests on BOOBOOK Ecotours most recent Wheat, Wells and Wildlife Day Tour in Outback Queensland have been treated to views of one of the Roma region’s most spectacular wildflowers – Sturt’s Desert Rose, known scientifically as Gossypium sturtianum. It was a surprise for many guests to see this plant which is more often spotted within… Read more »

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