A natural minefield: Cai Guo-Qiang

Stradbroke Island is a natural paradise on the ocean side of Brisbane’s Moreton Bay. Most non-residents travel there as holiday-makers, driving their car off the barge at Dunwich and heading straight across to the sun and sea at Point Lookout and Amity Point on the other side of the island. The island’s pristine conditions and the cornucopia of wildlife – whales and dolphins, turtles, manta and sting rays, sharks, birds, snakes, goannas, and koalas – mean that absorption into the natural realm is not only possible but almost irresistible.

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