What a beauty!
There are many wonderful things about living in Queensland. We have an amazing climate, a laid back approach to life and access to some of the most beautiful scenery in the world, right on our doorstep. One particularly magical event we’re blessed to have occur is the turtle season, which takes place annually in the Southern Great Barrier Reef and Bundaberg Region from mid November to late March.
Each year, Bundaberg and Bargara come alive with the excitement of turtle season. These gentle, intelligent and intriguing sea creatures journey tens of thousands of kilometres to return to the area they were born for nesting. Given their survival rate to breeding maturity, 30 years of age, is around 1 in 1000, each turtle to nest on our Queensland beaches is a blessing.
Making the journey to Mon Repos beach to witness this miracle for ourselves is easy. If flying up…
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