Kennedy Valley  -  Cardwell  - Tropical North Queensland Australia

From the Heart

celebrating   20 years  of the  Wet Tropics  of Quueensland   World   Heritage  Area

 Mahogany Glider - Cyclone Yasi

 Donations to assist wildlife can be made to

Wildcard Art

Wildcard Art - Mungarru Lodge Sanctuary is the home of Queensland wildlife artist Daryl Dickson who lives and works in tropical north Queensland Australia.

Mahogany Glider -- TC Yasi Bulletin 1


Mahogany Glider -- TC Yasi Bulletin 3



Mahogany Glider -- TC Yasi Bulletin 2


Mahogany Glider -- TC Yasi Bulletin 4



Cassowary Award 2008

Daryl received a prestigious  Cassowary Award for her work in art and conservation in the Queensland Wet Tropics

Media Scrapbook

Artist Palette Magazine No 40 Features Daryl Dickson

Wildcard Art
Artist Profile
Cyclone Yasi
Original Artworks
Limited Edition
Wildlife Prints
Canvas Prints
Wildlife Cards
Other Goodies
Children's Books
Orders - Contact
Artist's Palette No 40
Wildlife Links
Australian  Artist
Tina Dickson-Zwarts
Mahogany Glider
wildlife food
Christmas Cards
Flying Fox & Bats

Daryl Dickson

Wildcard Art

P.O.Box 279



Australia  4849

 Tel. 07 40660232

Fax 0740660066


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Website Updated

FEB 2011


    " I live surrounded by wonderful and rare creatures in one of the most vibrant and diverse habitats on earth, Australia's wet tropics

     A place of staggering beauty, breathtaking landscapes, ancient forests,wonderfully rich, varied and precious wildlife. 

    A spiritual place of solace & renewal

    I hope my work shares some of the beauty of this precious place with you! "

Daryl Dickson





extracts from WTMA "State of The Wet Tropics Report - 2003

State of The Wet Tropics of Biodiversity



The Wet Tropics has one of the highest levels of biological diversity of any region of Australia and is represented on The Global 200 list (Olson et al 2000) which is a collection of the Earth's 200 most outstanding, important and diverse terrestrial, freshwater, and marine habitats - areas where the Earth's biological wealth is most distinctive and rich.

The Wet Tropics of Queensland provides an unparalleled living record of the ecological and evolutionary processes that shaped the flora and fauna of Australia over the past 415 million years when first it was part of the Pangaean landmass, then the ancient continent Gondwana, and for the past 50 million years an island continent.

The Wet Tropics of Queensland contains one of the most complete and diverse living records of the major stages in the evolution of land plants, from the very first land plants to the pteridophytes, gymnosperms and angiosperms.

 The Wet Tropics of Queensland contains most of the relicts that exist on Earth of the flora of the forests which were part of the super continent Gondwana.


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All artworks & photographs used on this website are protected by copyright -   Daryl Dickson 2007 & Tina Dickson-Zwarts 2007

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