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Corals of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park
The Great Barrier Reef, Queensland, Australia is simply the largest Marine Park in the world : shapes, colors, biodiversity ever changing from one day to the next.
Fishes of the Great Barrier Reef
With 1500 species of fishes, the Great Barrier Reef's level of biodiversity is unmatched anywhere else on the planet...the largest Marine World Heritage Area on earth !
Kayaking Behana Creek
Extreme white water river Kayaking on Behana Creek near the Pyramid south of Gordonvale and Cairns during the Wet season. One of the jewels of the Wet Tropics World Heritage rivers : steep drops and waterfalls, grade 4&5 rapids in the most stunning Rainforests of Tropical North Queensland, Australia.
Kayaking Broadwater Creek
Warm crystal clear water, scenic pink granite steps deep inside the gorge, class 3,4&5 rapids with continuous drops and waterfalls for 2 solid days: a complete wilderness trip on Broadwater creek, Herbert river catchment between Cardwell and Ingham, North Queensland, Australia
Kayaking in Far North Queensland
From December to April during the Wet season, a staggering 5 meters of rainfall is recorded in the Cairns region, Tropical Queensland, Australia. This is the ultimate time for the local paddlers to ride all the flooded creeks and rivers of the Wet Tropics !
Kayaking in Far North Queensland 2
Long walk in, strenuous walk out, scouting waterfalls, difficult portages around dangerous rapids, setting up campsite deep in the gorges for overnight trips... All these are integral part of the sport in Tropical Queensland !
Mountain Peaks of Far North Queensland
From the tropical coastal sugar cane fields to the massive granite boulders, the most complex rainforest type covers the landscape from foothill to summit... These mountain peaks record the highest rainfall in Australia : between 8m to an impressive 12m a year ! (Bellenden Ker station, close to 1600m high)
Rainforest of Tropical North Queensland
Lush green tropical rainforest, mountain peaks overlooking coastal sugar cane fields, pristine creeks and waterfalls : the Wet Tropics of the far North is world class!
Rivers and Creeks of Far North Queensland
From Cooktown to Ingham, the Wet Tropics of Far North Queensland abound in creeks and rivers: from the peaceful pristine rainforest stream to the roaring gorge of a flooded major river, the choice for exploring is simply unlimited.
Scuba Diving Models
Modelling underwater while Scuba Diving on the Great Barrier Reef: a colourful situation.
Protected by the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority, Sea Turtles are the friendly custodians of the coral reefs : always a pleasure to meet them underwater.
Snorkelling, free diving or jumping in the Coral Sea : the situations are endless for modelling underwater !
The Big Wet in Far north Queensland
Far North Queenslanders are used to rain, and lots of it ! Year after year, the Big Wet is probably one reason why we celebrate living here.
Waterfalls of Tropical North Queensland
With the highest rainfall of Australia, the Far North Queensland region is blessed with a multitude of spectacular Falls : from the pristine small Rainforest creek cascade to a major river set of Waterfalls, the choice is only limited by time.