“Australia is mostly empty and a long way away. Its population is small and its role in the world consequently peripheral…It is stable and peaceful and good. It doesn’t need watching, and so we don’t. But I will tell you this: the loss is entirely ours.” ~ Bill BrysonAustralia was once covered with tropical rainforest until a massive environmental phenomena left only the strongest flora and fauna to survive. Today, 900,000 hectares in the Northeastern Coast of Queensland is all that remains, housing some of the oldest living creatures that exist nowhere else on Earth.
BARRON GORGE & FALLS
KURUNDA SCENIC RAILWAY