About Koala Kallama

About Koala Kallama

Kallama Origin of name: Kallama is taken from the word “everywhere” in the Wathaurong/Wadawurrung language around the You Yangs. That’s where we want koalas: everywhere they can be. .. Known since: He emerged on 17 June 2020, which makes his birthday around mid...
Tourism Helps Western Australia’s Whale Sharks

Tourism Helps Western Australia’s Whale Sharks

MEDIA RELEASE 16 April 2021, FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Tourism Helps Western Australia’s Whale Sharks Around the world Whale Sharks are declining, but Ningaloo’s best practice tourism is helping this endangered species to thrive. Conservation Travel expert Janine Duffy...
Amazing new facts about Whale Sharks

Amazing new facts about Whale Sharks

It is well known that whalesharks are huge, gentle fish that eat plankton and travel the world. But little else is known about this ocean giant, though scientists and tour operators are working fast to change that. New information and discoveries are emerging...
Mallacoota Birders Big Weekend March 2021

Mallacoota Birders Big Weekend March 2021

Four days, 43 birders, 151 bird species, 3 boat trips, $1275+ for bushfire recovery, a truckload of fish & chips and quite a few bottles of wine… this was the second annual Mallacoota Birders Big Weekend over Labour Day Holiday, 5 – 9 March 2021. We were so busy!...
About Koala Mear

About Koala Mear

Mear Origin of name: Mear is named to honour the Mear balug clan of the Wathaurong/Wadawurrung tribe. Read more: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wathaurong .. Known since: We first met Mear in January 2012. .. How often seen: She was seen 7 times in 2012, 19 times in...