It's currently turtle hatchling season at Ningaloo Reef in Western Australia! Hundreds of adorable baby turtles like this one can be seen hatching either early in the morning or late in the evening, up until around mid April. (Photo: www.bluemediaexmouth.com)
Dugongs, which can grow up to three metres in length and weigh as much as 400 kilograms, are found in the Shark Bay and Ningaloo marine parks of Western Australia. This specific area supports 10% of the world’s dugong population. (Photo: Jess Hadden)
Last week, Lake Eyre received its greatest influx of water since 2011. At 144 km long and 77 km wide, it is the largest salt lake in Australia, but one that is rarely filled with water. (Photo: www.airwilpena.com.au)
It is estimated that 40 - 50 million Christmas Island Red Crabs live on +Christmas Island Tourism, and they are well-known for the incredible annual migration to the ocean that they make each year. (Photo: Kirsty Faulkner)
Australia is home to more than 500 national parks, which cover over 28 million hectares...that's a huge amount of unique and protected landscapes! (Photo of Purnululu National Park by +Philip Schubert)
The incredible “Lanterns of the Terracotta Warriors” are currently glowing in brilliant bursts of colour at Dawes Point in Sydney until Sunday 22nd of February. These larger than life lanterns are appearing here in Australia for the first time and are part of the +City of Sydney Chinese New Year Festival.
At +Saffire Freycinet in Tasmania, guests now have the rare opportunity to observe Tasmanian Devils up close at their new open-range devil enclosure. An iconic and fascinating creature, this new experience will contribute towards the quest to save this endangered species.
Cradle Mountain–Lake St Clair National Park in Tasmania is home to an extensive range of wildlife, including Tasmanian devils, quolls, platypus and echidna. Not to mention the world-famous Cradle Mountain! (Photo: www.jasonlstephens.com.au)
The Carlo Sand Blow at Rainbow Beach sits atop the beach's famous Coloured Sands and offers incredible views of Double Island Point, the ocean and Tin Can Bay Inlet. (Photo: www.tracyryanphotography.com)
The Greater Blue Mountains region covers more than one million hectares of rainforest, canyons, eucalypt forests and heath lands in NSW - it's easy to see why this spectacular place is World Heritage Listed! (Photo: +Rhys Pope)