Pambula photographer films A Frogumentary

TROPICAL FROG: Orange-thighed tree frog found only in North Queensland. Image: Harrison Warne.
TROPICAL FROG: Orange-thighed tree frog found only in North Queensland. Image: Harrison Warne.
Filmmakers Harrison Warne of Pambula and Jack Breedon of Melbourne are excited to share their 'Frogumentary'.

Filmmakers Harrison Warne of Pambula and Jack Breedon of Melbourne are excited to share their 'Frogumentary'.

Pambula wildlife photographer Harrison Warne is excited to share a groundbreaking film he has been working on for two years.

With the help of Jack Breedon of Melbourne, he has created, Life in the Wet: A Frogumentary, a short 30 minute film about frogs in the tropics of North Queensland.

“We are so excited to be sharing the film with everyone, it’s taken us a long time to get to this stage but we finally have the film ready and we are really pleased with it,” Mr Warne said.

The film follows the yearly cycle of frogs and their adaptions to living in this environment, such as coping with the dry season and living within waterfalls.

Mr Warne said one of the major highlights in the film is a mating behaviour which had never before been caught on film.

“We decided to make a film about frogs in North Queensland because the frogs in this region are so unique, many species occur here and no where else in Australia,” Mr Warne said.