Tourists from around the world have flocked to Australia’s Southern Great Barrier Reef to view what is known as a “world-class eco-tourism experience".
Between November and late March each year, as many as 350 green, loggerhead turtles enter the shore for an annual egg-laying pilgrimage.
After 8 weeks, hundreds of hatchlings break out of their nests at moonlight and hurl themselves toward the ocean, creating a remarkable view of Mother Nature first-hand.
Located on Queensland’s central coast near Bundaberg, Mon Repos Conservation Park is renowned as a regular nesting site for one of the world’s largest concentrations of ancient, marine turtles.
As one of Australia’s greatest conservation and educational experiences, ranger-guided tours are on offer seven nights a week until late March.
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