#151 July-August 2019
In this issue we look into large-scale conservation with captive breeding programs across the country, and there role in bringing back treasured species from the brink. To find out more on Melbourne Zoos program for Baw Baw frogs check out our story here. We have a frilling good time learning about frillneck lizards, go treasure hunting in the Simpson desert, investigate the changing face of Timor Leste, and visit an old town with new prospects in Queenstown, Tasmania.
Come celebrate the 50th anniversary of man’s first walk on the moon and discover Australia’s role in the broadcasting of the footage, and discover the rise of Indigenous tourism in Australia’s red centre with the approaching deadline on the ban on climbing Uluru. Experience the rare opportunity of Lake Eyre in flood (see more images here) and immerse yourself in rural racing at its finest with the Tara Camel festival.
Plus, we have TWO giveaways this issue!
Win an APT 7-day Lake Eyre & Flinders Ranges 4WD adventure, including flights for 2 valued at up to $9,990* (Enter here).
We’re also giving away three limited edition night parrot coins from the Royal Australian Mint’s new collection “Echoes of Australian fauna” (Enter here).
To find out more pick up your copy from our online store.