Tropical pitcher plants (Nepenthes veitchii) are on display in the Conservatory of the Cairns Botanic Gardens in Cairns, North Queensland, Australia. This carnivorous plant lives by trapping insects in a cavity.
The Rainforest Boardwalk to Saltwater Creek and the Centenary Lakes is one of the highlights of the Cairns Botanic Gardens in Cairns, North Queensland, Australia. The large tree is a giant paperbark (Melaleuca leucadendra).
Wind and waves are constantly reshaping Fraser Island in South Queensland, Australia, as this bluff at Kingfisher Bay illustrates. At 1,840 square kilometers, Fraser is the largest sand island in the world.