Join me on this live-streamed Online Experience to explore the Brisbane Water National Park. Located 50 kilometres north of Sydney, this quintessential Australian landscape has an abundant wealth of Australian birds, mammals and reptiles, colourful native flowers, unique grass trees and towering eucalyptus trees.
On our nature walk, we will stop at a quaint waterfall that cascades into a pristine waterhole, and follow the watercourse to the top of another waterfall that plunges to the depths of the sandstone canyon below. Together, you and I will also discover the fabulous pattered tree art that mystical insects known as the scribbly gum moths create here. We will find trees that have been hit by lightning and burnt from the inside out, look for yellow-tailed black cockatoos cracking open the cones of banksia flowers with their gigantic beaks, and learn about the importance of fire in the Australian bush.
The national park is full of surprises: during our explorations, we may even chance upon the Superb Lyrebird, the Australian brush turkey, and the New Holland Honeyeater! I look forward to hosting you here and showing you around on what is bound to be a unique, unforgettable experience.