In 2006, off the coast of Busselton, Western Australia, a world-first rescue attempt was made to save one hundred beached whales. Locals worked with conservation officers to return all but one whale to the ocean. This is the story of one little whale, and the boy who risked his own life to save him.
Quoll was inspired by The Island Ark program in the Northern Territory. The program has relocated mainland Quoll populations to remote islands off Arnhem Land in an effort to protect them from the "invasion" of Cane toads.
Sam is a city boy. He doesn't care about the wonders of the bush. The shrubs are scratchy, and the waterhole swarms with mosquitoes. "I'd be happy if it all disappeared," says Sam. What will it take to turn Sam's head around?
The Last Tree is the story of a beautiful eucalyptus tree that grew in one of the old-growth forests of south-eastern Australia. It was the centre of life in the forest and provided food and shelter for many forest dwellers for hundreds of years. But what happens when the old tree is threatened as the surrounding forest slowly disappears.