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  1. Octupus waiting for Dinner

  2. Afternoon in the Simpsons Gap

    The Simpsons Gap area incorporates large areas of Mulga and is a major stronghold for over 40 rare and relict plants.

  3. Wallaby in the Simpsons Gap

    The name "wallaby" comes from Dharug 'walabi' or 'waliba'. Young wallabies are known as "joeys", like many other marsupials.

  4. Grashopper on our last lunch break

    The grasshopper is an insect of the suborder Caelifera in the order Orthoptera.

  5. Galahs in the outback

    The galah Eolophus roseicapilla, also known as the rose-breasted cockatoo, galah cockatoo, roseate cockatoo or pink and grey, is o…

  6. Lizzard in South West Rocks

  7. Koala in a eucalyptus tree

    Koalas typically inhabit open eucalypt woodlands, and the leaves of these trees make up most of their diet. Because this eucalypt…

  8. Koala with its baby

    The koala is found in coastal areas of the mainland's eastern and southern regions, inhabiting Queensland, New South Wales, Victor…

  9. Afternoon in the Simpsons Gap

    The Simpsons Gap area incorporates large areas of Mulga and is a major stronghold for over 40 rare and relict plants.

  10. Wallaby in the Simpsons Gap in the Simpsons Gap

    A wallaby is any animal belonging to the family Macropodidae that is smaller than a kangaroo and has not been designated otherwise…

  11. Wallaby in the Simpsons Gap

    The name "wallaby" comes from Dharug 'walabi' or 'waliba'. Young wallabies are known as "joeys", like many other marsupials.

  12. Grashopper on our last lunch break

    The grasshopper is an insect of the suborder Caelifera in the order Orthoptera.

  13. Galahs in the outback

    The galah Eolophus roseicapilla, also known as the rose-breasted cockatoo, galah cockatoo, roseate cockatoo or pink and grey, is o…