Do you feel kind of special walking through beautiful forests? The Japanese have a word for it: shinrin-yoku, which means forest bathing, or taking in the forest through your senses.
Devil Ark in Barrington Tops is doing extraordinary work to conserve healthy populations of Tasmanian Devils. If you’re looking for a great environmental cause to support, take a look here & smile like a devil in snow too!
It’s not unusual for a male lyrebird to have mastered the calls of up to 25 birds to attract a mate.
Without the evolution of the humble moss, none of us would be here today.
No, not a 1970s footballer or rock’n roller lost in the rainforest, it’s a giant skink.
This super cute marsupial has a secret: it’s carnivorous & has an impressive set of sharp teeth, like a crocodile with fur!
There’s sure to be a cure for cancer hidden in our Barrington Tops rainforests.
Have you ever wondered why they hang plants off cafe walls or even skyscrapers? This is called biophilic design & it emulates nature’s principles
Purring frogs and changing colour for sex? Meet the Eastern Stony Creek Frog!
This beautiful animal with the white moustache is an ecosystem engineer, playing a significant role in ecological functionality & habitat restoration.