History & Culture
Visit Cooktown in June for a festival of live music, Indigenous culture and the annual re-enactment of James Cook’s landing and peaceful interaction with the local Guugu Yimithirr people.
Since recovering from an accident, this wild, young, black-necked stork has struck up a rare and remarkable relationship with a couple managing a conservation property in Far North Queensland.
New analysis of palm cockatoo populations put the bird on a downward trajectory, prompting scientists to call for a downgrading in their conservation status.
The first new detached coral reef to be found in 120 years is equal in size to the Empire State Building in New York, scientists say.
Imagine what this technology could do!
Cape York remains the premier four-wheel-drive destination in Australia, but you don’t necessarily have to have a fully rigged, heavy-duty vehicle to enjoy the magic the Cape has to offer.
An expedition by helicopter to an isolated mountain plateau on the Cape York Peninsula resulted in the discovery of a whole new ecosystem.
It’s the last real frontier of 4WD adventure in Australia, perhaps in the world. It takes hardcore travellers to the northernmost tip of our continent through croc-infested creeks and via vehicle-swallowing waterholes.
A group of scientists, teachers and Aboriginal rangers have found 13 new species of Australian spider