I was up in Far North Queensland (that’s FNQ by the way!) last week with the kids visiting relatives in Cairns and Townsville and I had the opportunity to travel up to Kuranda in the Barron Gorge National Park. It was hot. Barron Gorge NP is part of the Wet Tropics World Heritage Area. It was hot.  Whilst there we visited the Butterfly Sanctuary and so here are some pictures of butterflies … had I been a truly dedicated type I’d have annotated these with their proper species names … but you can see that I haven’t … perhaps you didn’t even notice until I’d pointed it out? Oh well, it was hot*  🙂

So, just because … butterflies 🙂

More pictures of the trip to come … but first you know … butterflies 🙂


*Hot being a comfort index in Cairns of 42.8°C with 75% humidity.

Did I mention it was hot?

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