You may never have heard of the Terriswalkeris terraereginae, a giant blue earthworm living deep in the moist soils of tropical north Queensland, but it’s the prettiest worm you’ll ever see.
During an AG sponsored expedition focused on documenting the impacts of climate change in Queensland, a team of scientists spotted the elusive white lemuroid possum— an animal that has been almost wiped out due to warming temperatures.
Science & Environment
The idiot fruit, also known as the Green Dinosaur is one of Australia’s oldest and most distinctive trees.
With major losses to the marsupials habitat, the Lumholtz’s tree kangaroo is considered a threatened species.
Ancient links connect the moist rainforest to the colourful reef in Australia’s tropical north – and the best way to explore both is to get wet!
With so much variety in the landscape and a plethora of jaw-dropping vistas to marvel at, why not grab a hire car and hit the road?
From arts, crafts and handmade goods, to local food and produce, there’s a market stall to be discovered somewhere in this region almost every weekend.
From food festivals to the 2017 Rugby World Cup, here’s our pick of some of the best events the region has to offer this year.
Sometimes it’s the unexpected challenges that make a trip a memorable one. This North Queensland MTB adventure certainly provided plenty
Immerse yourself in the stories and legends of Australia’s ancient past with one of these authentic indigenous encounters.