Welcome on a journey to one of the most isolated corners of the world, to learn about the beautiful and mysterious Flatback Turtle! The Flatback is unique among the seven species of sea turtles; it is the only sea turtle to nest solely in a single country, doing so in the rugged far north of Australia. The Flatback Turtle nesting is one of nature’s spectacular events. The pilgrimage to witness it is a privilege few can claim given the tremendous isolation of the beaches the turtles call home. This journey, shown in photographs and told in simple rhymes, follows the sea turtle from nesting mothers to newborn hatchlings. It takes place in the remote mining town of Port Hedland, Western Australia. Many locals have the good fortune to witness mothers nesting and babies hatching just a hop, skip, and a flip from their doorsteps… a fortune about to be shared with you!