Stradbroke Island was incredible. Huge swells crashing on to rocky shores.
Fruit bats colonies. Bats feeding off the incredible nectar rich flowers – most plants were pollinated by birds and not insects.
Incredible beaches with sand, driftwood and skeletal trees.
Koalas in the trees – well a koala. It was the only one we saw in six weeks in the bush. They are becoming rare. Their habitat is being destroying and the road kill has turned a common sight into a rarity. Soon they will be gone.
Bird pollinated, nectar-rich flowers.