It’s a-moray…
Moray eels – apparently, they’re much friendlier than their vicious looks lead us to believe.
Clowning around
Unlike their Hollywood cousins, real-life clownfish lead an intriguing double life …
Radiole-active
Christmas tree worms decorate reefs with their swirling tendrils.
Deadly denizens
It’s a fish-eat-fish world in the ocean, with a grizzly ending lurking behind every rock, sandy bottom or clump of weed.
Look, but don’t touch
Of all the colourful animals that can kill, the blue-ringed octopus is possibly one of the most venomous.
Mating game
Each winter, large numbers of giant cuttlefish congregate close to shore in SA’s Spencer Gulf, presenting the brilliant, changing colours of their mating rituals in the shallow water.
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Club Marine Trailer Trips - Gladstone

Dean Miller and the Club Marine crew are in the port of Gladstone. Some say it's the engine room of Queensland. It's also at the doorstep of the Southern Great Barrier Reef in the Capricorn and Bunker Group. Some of the iconic destinations here include Lady Elliot Island, Lady Musgrave Island, Herron Island and North West Island. The crew fished North West Island and landed some tuskies, red throat and cobia. Greg Haines even whipped up some bread-crumbed cobia! Not far from Gladstone is Lake Awonga, one of the best sportsfishing impoundments in the world.
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