QUT’s new science building, The Cube, includes a three-storey simulated touchscreen reef.
I’m not entirely sure what makes a waterhole a billabong, but it’s a better word than waterhole. We saw a jabiru at this one near Lismore.
This calf in the Border Ranges wasn’t sure what was going on with the strange person mooing from the car.
This kingfisher flew down near our boat at Tropical Fruit World, too, but it wasn’t interested in any bread.
There were some pretty flowers at the Open Gardens, too.
Mum and I went to Mt Tambourine for the Open Gardens day, but these alpacas were better than flowers.
The lorikeets at The Polish Place at Mt Tambourine stole all the sugar packets, then came after our drinks. I gave up trying to keep them from making themselves sick after this one bit me.
We got to see Henry playing in the water quite a bit.
Henry scampering back to Mum.