Nestled in the North-West corner of Tasmania, you will find the expanse of temperate rainforest, that is the Tarkine Wilderness. This region remains a hidden treasure that expands some 477,000 hectares across uninterrupted wilderness. Not only is it home to the largest temperate rainforest in Australia and second in the world,

Four-time Emmy® Award nominee Leighton De Barros has over 30 years’ experience in the television industry, as a producer, director, writer and cinematographer. Leighton has a genuine love and passion for the outdoors and filming Australian wildlife, both in the bush and under the water. He loves the challenge of

Kenya will host the first-ever Magical Kenya Tembo Naming Festival this Saturday, 9 October 2021 at the Amboseli National Park where individuals will be allowed to give names to selected elephants after donating funds towards the program which is aimed at boosting the conservation efforts of the endangered species. The Ministry

The off-season in Tasmania doesn’t necessarily mean you are in for less of an experience. Quite the opposite. The off-season is just the right time to be in Australia’s most southern state, Tasmania, especially if you want to see the Southern Lights. Hunting down the lights can be very hit and

Shot across multiple destinations in Western Australia, the film ‘Jaimen Hudson From Sky to Sea’ has won the award for the Best Drone category at the 2021 Wildlife Conservation Film Festival (WCFF). ‘From Sky to Sea’ is a film about Jaimen Hudson, whose spectacular aerial whale and dolphin imagery reach hundreds

Spanning the sparkling waters of southern Moreton Bay to the borders of Brisbane and Logan, Redlands Coast is south-east Queensland’s gateway to a whole new world of coastal discovery. With swathes of unspoiled bushland and rainforest, islands scattered off the coastline with naturally wonderful villages and beaches and a bay that

Today, 24 September 2021, Rwanda will join the rest of the world to mark World Gorilla Day, the day renowned gorilla conservationist Dian Fossey established the Karisoke Research Center in Rwanda in 1967, with their long-standing traditional Kwita Izina Gorilla Naming Ceremony. Now in its 17th year, Kwita Izina 2021 celebrates