Photos: Wildlife in SE Queensland

Living in Brisbane for the last few years has given me the opportunity to really get out and experience all of the beauty that South East Queensland has to offer. So from time to time I will be making posts based on the area from an “insider’s view”. Hopefully this will give travelers a few less known places to visit while making their way through Queensland. I will start off with some photos of some of the amazing wildlife you can encounter in South East Queensland.

Goanna

Stalk

Bush Turkey

Butterfly

Magpie

Snake

Honey eater

Koala – An endangered species. This is a rare sight in the wild.

Taking photos of wildlife isn’t always easy. But with a little patience, and the hope that the animal will cooperate and stay still for a second, I often manage to get some great shots.

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6 comments… add one
  • Sebastian Jun 24, 2011

    Great shots mate! Even though I had some crazy encounters I miss Brisbane and the wildlife in QLD so much…

    • Dean Wickham Jun 25, 2011

      Hi Sebastian, thanks for the comment. Brisbane is a great place to live, and surrounded by beautiful scenery. Did you spend a lot of time in the area?

      • Sebastian Jun 25, 2011

        I lived in Kangaroo Point for a year in 2008. It was such a great time!

  • Mark H Mar 29, 2012

    Good and interesting to relive places from my childhood growing up in Brisbane. Such a liveable city…
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