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.
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.
With a striking red head, blue-black plumage & booming call, these distinctive Australian birds are easy to spot while bird watching in Barrington Tops.