Kookaburra Lives in the old Gum Tree... Merry Merry King of the Bush is He... Laugh Kookaburra Laugh Kookaburra ...Gay your life must be...:)

Kookaburra Lives in the old Gum Tree... Merry Merry King of the Bush is He... Laugh Kookaburra Laugh Kookaburra ...Gay your life must be...:)


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Kookaburra Lives in the old Gum Tree... Merry Merry King of the Bush is He... Laugh Kookaburra Laugh Kookaburra ...Gay your life must be...:)

Kookaburra Lives in the old Gum Tree... Merry Merry King of the Bush is He... Laugh Kookaburra Laugh Kookaburra ...Gay your life must be...:)

The Perentie, a two meter monitor lizard that lives in the Australian deserts, uses the same strategy: it shelters in underground burrows.

The Perentie, a two meter monitor lizard that lives in the Australian deserts, uses the same strategy: it shelters in underground burrows.

122 islands surrounded by coral communities teeming with marine life, the Abrolhos Islands are one of Western Australia's unique marine environments - a snorkelling, windsurfing and bird watching paradise that's also ranked among the world's top fishing spots.  Formerly known as Houtman Abrolhos, these Indian Ocean jewels sit just 60 kilometres west of Geraldton, making them an easily accessible must-do day trip. Scoot across the water by charter boat, fishing or eco tour from Geraldton or…

122 islands surrounded by coral communities teeming with marine life, the Abrolhos Islands are one of Western Australia's unique marine environments - a snorkelling, windsurfing and bird watching paradise that's also ranked among the world's top fishing spots. Formerly known as Houtman Abrolhos, these Indian Ocean jewels sit just 60 kilometres west of Geraldton, making them an easily accessible must-do day trip. Scoot across the water by charter boat, fishing or eco tour from Geraldton or…

Abrolhos islands Western Australia scuba diving

Abrolhos islands Western Australia scuba diving

The lost world: Myanmar’s Mergui islands  By Sophy Roberts  The 800 islands of Myanmar’s Mergui archipelago are rarely visited and almost completely undeveloped. Now, as the country opens up, they could become the next frontier for Asian tourism

The lost world: Myanmar’s Mergui islands By Sophy Roberts The 800 islands of Myanmar’s Mergui archipelago are rarely visited and almost completely undeveloped. Now, as the country opens up, they could become the next frontier for Asian tourism

Ningaloo Reef

Ningaloo Reef

One of the Houtman Abrolhos islands. Photo: Tourism Western Australia

One of the Houtman Abrolhos islands. Photo: Tourism Western Australia

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