At the Irukandji Shark and Ray Encounter, put on a wetsuit and enter different pools full of sharks and rays, resulting in a unique, important and hands-on bucket list experience.
gets some 10,000 visitors a day, and all of them have gone home when my daughter and I pull into the parking lot at 6pm. Camping in safari tents, we'll explore the zoo as it comes alive in darkness, a wild night out for the whole family.
Q is no longer for Quail. Social media has disrupted the animal alphabet, thanks to a small, friendly marsupial with a penchant for goofy faces, and an enthusiasm for selfies. Quokkas are hot, and #quokkaselfie is officially a thing, which is good news for the place you’re most likely to encounter them.
Welcome friends, please kick off your shoes and join me for the first of many posts celebrating the unique wonders and destinations that belong on The Great Australian Bucket List.