OCTOBER 2012: Dr Jean-Marc Hero and the Frogs of Fraser IslandTuesday, 09 October 2012 01:05
You'll find 18 different species of frog on Fraser Island - including the tree, sedge, rocket and southern frogs. Of special interest are four acid frogs - the Cooloola sedge frog, wallum rocket frog, wallum sedge frog (see main picture) and wallum froglet that have adapted to living in areas which have a low pH and high acidity level, as is found in most lakes and swamps of Fraser Island.
SEPTEMBER 2012: Peter Meyer Sunset Photography Tour **ALL NEW**Saturday, 01 September 2012 00:00
A chance encounter with an old Nikon SLR allowed Fraser Island photographer, Peter Meyer, to combine his lifelong fascination of nature into an award-winning career. Peter has earned an international reputation for his stunning nature photos of Fraser Island and has exhibited his works all over the world. You’ll even see them adorning the walls of the hotel and Centre Complex.
SEPTEMBER 2012: International Observe The Moon NightTuesday, 21 August 2012 11:11
Only twelve people have ever walked on the surface of the moon, but come September 22, thousands of keen astronomers from around the world will be lining up to view earth’s closest celestial neighbour during the 'International Observe The Moon Night’ festivities – and Fraser Island’s one of the official locations.
SEPTEMBER 2012: Bluedog Photography's Famous Fraser Island RetreatsSaturday, 21 July 2012 00:00
Bluedog Photography has teamed with Kingfisher Bay Resort to release a three-day photographic retreat on World Heritage-listed Fraser Island – mixing Fraser's natural attractions with lessons in wildlife photography, framing landscapes and seashores, using natural lighting and camera techniques.
SEPTEMBER 2012: Life's a Beach With Richard CowardFriday, 20 July 2012 18:40
Resort guests and visitors will have the chance to learn more about our fragile marine environment, with the arrival of Marine Ecologist, Richard Coward, to Kingfisher Bay Resort for a series of free guest presentations and walks this September.