So here is a little bit of footage I managed to get my hands on – It’s not the best footage, but it shows all the little red dots floating around during the Coral Spawning, which seemed to be in abundance on Saturday night. The weather must have been just right. Video by Julian Dona.[facebook_ilike]
Following on from the Queensland Multi-Media Awards, Greenbuddy has now been featured in City Life Magazine. A big thank you to all the team at City Life for there coverage of Greenbuddy – thank you guys!
To read the full magazine, Click Here. Page – 22
City Life Magazine November Issue is in stores now.
A natural, wondrous phenomenon is about to take place. It is the annual Coral Spawning and it’s happening tonight on the Great Barrier Reef. One of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, the Great Barrier Reef goes into its reproductive stage around this time every year – a spectacle not to be missed for any nature lover. We will be out on the reef diving tonight to capture some video/ photo footage to post up for you, so stay tuned!,
Greenbuddy is moving to a new level, launching our brand new logo to help people further identify our Adventure Travel Blog here in Cairns, the Adventure Capital of Australia. We are currently trialing the new logo on some Adventure T-shirts to see how it looks! Stay tuned! We will be taking some photos and posting up the new designs next week.
What a fantastic evening last night, with a great turn out for the 2010 Queensland Multimedia Awards, held at the Sebal International Hotel Cairns. I have to say a big thank you to all the judges and the sponsors of the evening, with Greenbuddy taking home best Online Editorial Feature/ News Story/ Blog.
It is the first award for Greenbuddy and I would like to say a huge thank you to all the people who voted. I will continue to use Greenbuddy as a platform to show adventure travelers and people from all over the world that Cairns really is The Adventure Capital of Australia.[facebook_ilike]
What a fantastic day on Sunday! The sun was shining and the water was crystal clear, so I went out diving with my buddie when we came across two giant trevally being cleaned by a bunch of little ‘cleaner’ fish. I managed to get pretty close before they decided to swim away – take a look if you have 5 minutes.