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For those of you that subscribe to this website or the FINIA Facebook page, you may have noticed a few stories for children creeping in?(more…)
Linda Behrendorff (QPWS) has co-authored a paper with Stacy Harris (Biosecurity Queensland) and Ian Muirhead on the bitou bush eradication project on K’gari – Fraser Island, which was recently published in the journal Ecological Restoration and Management. (more…)
A John Sinclair children’s story from K’gari inspired by the Lantana Attack in October 2018 (more…)
Saturday 31 August 2019
Community, Culture and Collaborations (more…)
The Brazillian Cherry (Eugenia uniflora), an environmental weed, is a medium height shrub native to South America, (more…)
Most people accept that Beach Spinifex (Spinifex longifolius) is natural to K’gari. I don’t. I can recall seeing it for the first time in the early 1970s. The appearance of the roly-poly seed dancing along the beach swept along by wind when I first saw it was unforgettable. (more…)
As part of Fraser Island (K’gari’s) World Heritage 25th Anniversary celebrations the Queensland Government ran a photo competition called ‘Snap Up Paradise.’ The competition resulted in over 300 incredible entries, some of which have been reproduced in a limited edition calendar for 2019, as well as being featured in the latest issue of the Wildlife Australia magazine – Australia’s leading wildlife magazine since 1963.
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The discovery of a new species of Boronia Moth during the Cooloola BioBlitz brought one of Australia’s leaders in scientific research to Cooloola next Month to follow up the discovery. (more…)
The University of the Sunshine Coast has developed the K’gari-Fraser Island App which is now available in the App store. Search for ‘Fraser Island Guide’. The App is designed to assist USC’s students and staff plan their trip to the Island, choose itineraries and learn about K’gari. Given the University’s interest in Dilli Village, all itineraries start at Dilli but can be adapted. The App is available to the public, is not commercial and is free to anyone who wishes to download it. (more…)