Monthly Archives: October 2014


Giant birds and dwarf whales

Fifteen nautical miles off the coast of NSW the world’s largest seabird – Wandering albatross soars effortlessly on thermal updrafts, skimming the surface of the ocean with the tips of its incredibly long wings. It […]


Blue Mountains wildlife – Euroka clearing

Nestled in the Nepean River valley in the lower Blue Mountains, Euroka clearing is surrounded by virtually untouched eucalypt forest. It is a popular picnic and camping spot and one of the best places in […]


Lunar eclipse

This year has been great for observing lunar phenomena with 3 supermoons  in the past few months and on October 8th – a total eclipse. Australia is rarely well positioned for observing celestial events, but […]