Stories

The War of the Roses
Jacquie Bird
Below all the Chatswood apartment towers is a small, perfectly manicured French rose garden. Flocks of cockatoos shred the tips of its magnolias looking for treats.
Hold it Tight
Tiago Miranda
These ants are skilled in rubbish collecting, earthmoving and fauna disposal.
Art Of Nature
Wade Kelly
Each day brought subtle changes. I watched bushes explode with flowers. Green became obscured, replaced temporarily by magenta, fuchsia, orange, and a multitude of shades any painter would struggle to replicate.
Joan, My Little Warrior
Dasni De Silva
I learnt to look beyond outer appeal, and to find beauty in imperfection.
Baby Shark, Doo Doo Doo Doo
John Martin
And then we saw it, the highlight of the swim, an exhilarating sight despite it’s diminutive size - a juvenile dusky whaler shark.
Brush-turkeys, in their own unique way
Nathan Turner
It’s the Brush-turkey that makes my day, in their own unique way, they make me smile and have done so for a while.
Little Discoveries in the Garden
Danielle Corrie
The only brightly coloured beetle I have previously seen is a Christmas beetle. However, this beetle isn't one of those.
Walking in the Park
Carrie Bennett
I wandered through the trees when little eyes looked at me