Subaqua Photographics


Our range of Greeting Cards covers Australian classic wildlife, lighthouses of the east coast. Iconic tourist attractions, classic locations and marine creatures. The Greeting Cards include unique featuring facts of food, habitats, reproduction and conservation, history and information of any featured subject. Sold in cellophane bags with envelops they make a fabulous addition to your collection and perfect gift for the Australian Wildlife enthusiast. Our Range includes lighthouses, local wildlife, marine animals, coastal towns, and various iconic tourist features of Australia’s East coast.

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The Grey Kangaroo to the right was photographed at South West Rocks on the New South Wales Coast.

The great Grey Kangaroo is also known as the Eastern Grey Kangaroo and inhabits the Eastern states of Australia. They are grey in colour with a lighter colour underside with a small head and large ears. Eastern Grey Kangaroos have a tail up to 4 feet in length which they balance on or use to prop themselves up when standing. Kangaroos are herbivores and feed mostly on grass, leaves, herbs some fruit and seeds. Many will accept food handouts from tourist visitors in wildlife parks who come to Australia to see them.

Kangaroos tame up very well in a free range zoo environment and are easy to approach. Grey kangaroos can hop or jump up to 10 meters at one bound using the powerful muscles located in their rump. The smaller front limbs are only used to grasp food or other objects. The Kangaroo’s main predators include dingos, pythons, and eagles but the most feared predator is man many are killed during culls or by road kill.

Kangaroos are also bred for food service as the meat is very high quality. Kangaroos live in small groups called mobs; mobs are lead by mature males, younger males and females. They feed mostly at night and can sleep during the day but they also can be very active in the daytime. Kangaroos are cautious when seen in the wild and may hop away from curious visitors to their domain if they feel threatened. Kangaroos can see smell and hear very well.

THE CAPE BYRON LIGHTHOUSEThe Cape Byron Lighthouse - Greeting Card

The Cape Byron Lighthouse is located near the town of Byron Bay and is situated at the most Easterly point of the Australian coast.

It is the most powerful lighthouse in Australia construction began in 1899 and it was opened in 1901. The lighthouse is built from pre fabricated blocks of concrete blocks. The lens weighs 8 tons and is made of 760 pieces of highly polished prismatic glass. The premier of New South Wales missed the opening banquet due to late arrival of his ship caused by bad weather. Cape Byron got its name from captain Cook after the grandfather of the famous poet John Byron.

The Cape Byron Lighthouse stands 118 meters above sea level and is 18 meters high the range of the light is 27 nautical miles. This is the most visited lighthouse in Australia tours are run daily. Over 500 000 people annually visit the lighthouse either by walking up the paths or by driving up the winding road.


The Australian Sea Lion is a rare and interesting animal and is listed as an endangered species with some colonies in decline. The current population is approx 13 000 animals. 80% of these are found along the coast of South Australia. Kangaroo Island has one of the largest colonies with more being found at Baird bay on the Ayr peninsula. At Kangaroo Island around 600-700 animals are viewed via guided tours or boardwalk access at Seal Bay Conservation Park. An Australian Sea Lion is an eared species and the most commonly accepted theory is that they evolved from a dog like creature. Dog like behaviour and personality is sometimes displayed and they have a high degree of intelligence.

There is a great deal of interest in Australian Sea Lions because females are pregnant for 17.6 months which is the longest gestation period for any seal species. In the breeding season males fight each other in competition for females. The average life span for seals at Seal Bay is around 20 years of age. A full grown male can weigh up to 350 kilograms and females around 100 kilograms. Pups are born with chocolate brown coloured coat which moults to a grey black and cream chest and then if a male, will develop a dark chest and a golden mane at about the age of nine years. Sea Lions can swim at speeds up to 30 kilometres an hour. They can dive quite deep to obtain food. They feed on squid, fish, lobsters, cuttlefish and crabs. Walking on all fours they can move efficiently on land.


SubAqua Photographic's Australian marine, wildlife and lighthouse series of greeting cards include facts of food, habitats, reproduction, conservation and history. All greeting cards are presented with a clear bag and envelop. These greeting cards provide the perfect gift for the Australian Wildlife enthusiast or collector. Greeting Cards are now available on our online shop. Wholesale/retail enquires are welcome.

Any retailer/buying group may arrange SubAqua Photographics to design personalised greeting cards for their business.
Howard's team can create your own greeting cards from one of his images or you can provide your own image. High res JPEG's are required if providing your own image. Clients can add text, logos and their brand to customize their greeting card. Free samples of existing cards can be sent for your perusal.

- Size: 158 x 118mm
- Greeting Cards are printed on: Hi gloss stock. 300 GSM
- All greeting cards are packaged with an envelope and clear bag
- Minimum 100
- Artwork and setup costs apply one time only P.O.A
- Contact us for image specifications and quantity requirements.

Our greeting cards are proudly Australian made.