We packed up the two boys in the double pram and headed to the Billabong Sanctuary near Townsville in Queensland today. I took along my Canon EOS and a couple of lenses, mainly using my 100mm Canon lens.
We really enjoyed walking the Sanctuary, and saw lots of interesting animals. We had to leave a little early because our the youngest wasn’t totally settled, so I didn’t get as many photos as I would have liked.
The Billabong Sanctuary
The Billabong Sanctuary is about 17km south of Townsville on the Bruce Highway. It’s a great look at the Native wildlife of Australia and it is a great day out for the kids.
My Photos of The Billabong Sanctuary Animals
Here are my photos of some of the animals at the Billabong Sanctuary. We didn’t stay for very long as we had two children under 15 months with us. I could have easily stayed longer, and probably would have seen a lot more animals. Never the less, I had a great time, and if you are interested in animal photography, this is a great place to visit.