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Pandanus as art

Independent and FREE – 2021 Best Online Publication (Qld Country Press)

Pandanus as art


Amazing Alex as you've never seen it before

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Tea Tree of life

Surfing at Noosa National Park on a perfect day is wonderfully captured from Tea Tree Bay by photographer Damian Watts of

Saintly spider

St Andrew's Cross Spiders are named for their bright, cross-shaped web decorations. Nature-loving photographer Greg Miller captured this one at the Maroochy Regional Bushland More

Duck weather

While most of us were grumbling about the soggy week, this bloke couldn't have been happier. Capturing the lucky duck at the Noosa Tigers More

Coolum rocks

An incoming tide blankets the rocks at Coolum's First Bay at sunrise. Capturing the moment was photographer Dylan Dixon. See more of his work More

Rainbow wave

So many magic things happen along our beaches. Capturing this rainbow over a wave at Mooloolaba was ocean-loving photographer Andrew Carruthers of @andrewcarruthersphotography.

Riverside beauty

An early morning postcard features the stunning Maroochy River along Bradman Avenue as captured by Terrie Dargaville.

This is beautiful Alexandra Headland as you have never seen it before. Such stunning perspectives are nothing new for photographer Brett McIntosh though. He has turned them into an art form. See: